Question about Sansui Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like one of the following:
> You have an impedance miss-match between your speakers and the amp (speakers have am Ohm rating lower than the amp can handle),
> You have the switch set to both A&B speakers turned on, but have speakers connected to either the A or B set, but not both, or
> You have both A & B (4 speakers) connected, and one or both have an Ohm rating lower than 8 (if two sets are connected, they must be 8 or higher).
My best guess off the top of my head.
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