Question about Teac A-H500 Amplifier
As described above, I suspect the audio amp has blown. The output has not gone completely, but is greatly reduced. I will check the outputs/cablingat rear. Any other suggestions ?
Take a look inside see if the amp uses transistors or an IC. If it uses transitors you can put a Ohm meter accross the leads (no power on) If it reads 0 (digital meter) or the pointer swings full over on the leads of any the transistors it's blown. If an IC then the thing might look damaged.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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