Question about NAD Audio Players & Recorders
Unfortunately, this means that the output transistors on the left channel have blown. I've rebuilt a couple 310s, and I own one myself, so this isn't the first time I've seen it. The chassis doesn't ventilate the left channel as well as it does the right, so it tends to die sooner.
If you can do this yourself, it will not be terribly expensive, but the main output transistor is a MOSFET, which means you'll have to be very careful about static, and you'll have to find a substitute for it as well, as it is no longer available.
I strongly recommend replacing the small electrolytic caps in the amp too. By now heat and age will have taken their toll on them. In my 310, replacing them wasn't an option to get it to behave well.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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