Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Unit may have any one of several problems: defective or shorted speaker(s), -- ICs work within certain circuit paremeters; B+&B- voltages from power supply also provide voltage to secondary drivers and biasing circuits. Any shorts and/or transistor leakage may cause failure under load. The entire circuit should have been tested before use
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