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Sansui intergrated amplifier AU-X410R.... the problem is i linked it up to my cd deck player and it was working fine for ages... and thren one day i turned it on and now sound comes from the speakers!!.. all lights work on the amp and the cd player works fine tried it on diffrent things.. ive tried to search for a solution for the problem with no sound form speakers and cant find anything.. tried diffrent inputs but still no sound and fuses are fine.. what could be the problem??..

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  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Mar 26, 2011

    I don't see anything here that says you've tried any other source or input, so we don't know if it's a CD issue or an amp issue. Or how the CD is 'linked up'. Or its model.

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This company is not like they used to be. You can try the links below to see if you can find authorized service for your set.

Sansui:
http://www.sansui-india.com/

http://www.classicsansui.net/


Historic information about Sansui:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sansui


I would personaly suggest to find a service center or a very good local tech who can do audio amplifier and reciever service.


Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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Hi mellemcee


Cool amp mate, and becoming collectable now to. Sansui amps from the era where the best in the world of HiFi. iT may have lost bias control to the offending channel, it may have dirty source switches, tape monitor switch, or even speaker switching. The speaker protection relay may also have a dirty contact, will usually burst back into life with a quick rotation of the vol control. Can you pin the problem down a little more with the info i have given you, try all the controls to see if it impacts on operations, you will need to fix those problems first. Low bias would make that channel sound distorted at low levels also. Is this what is happening to you??

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Graeme

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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HAI,AMP WORKS FINE , CONNACT ANY OTHER TO AMP(CD,DVD,COMPUTER,MOBILE,TV) IN BACKSIDE INAUDIO OR PRE_AMP .THEN SELECT  PLAYER TO IN MODE YOU HAVE INSAERTED.THE SOUND IS OK

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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SOURCE: number of inputs

Each CD Player has audio out put amplifier circuit and this output amp remains Mute until it receive signal to out it. While using Y-Connector, when you try to listen one player sound, other goes to Mute as its in Stop position and caused to minimize the out put of other player which is being played. That's why you listen good sound if just one is connected. If you want to connect both players at one amplifier, you need at-least 2 inputs in amplifier and since your Fisher amp has not 2 inputs, so I suggest to buy another amp equipped with 2 or more inputs. Hope this info will help you.

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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