Question about RCA Audio Players & Recorders
I was extending one of the speakers when I (stupidly) let the bare positive and negative wires touch, while the stereo was turned on and playing. My dad is a electronics wizard and is stumped by this one because the speakers are fine as is everything else about the radio, and even the headphone jack works, but puts out no sound to the speaker jacks. I've researched this a bit and noticed other people have the exact same problem! (not caused by bare wires touching that is) My question would be do you think whatever happened could be repaired at home, a mission for my father, any good ideas for him?... or should i/is it even worth to send it on somewhere to get repaired?
Ive had the same problem with a RCA stereo i use. There areinline fuses in the amplifier section that will blow if something like this happens. If one blows it will make no sound. Replacing these fuses should fix this issue.
Posted on Jun 25, 2013
I'll need to look up your specific model to be sure, but I believe that the speaker outputs come from an amp pac. The headphones are driven by an opamp IC. The outputs are blown on this. If you can solder, you should be able to repair this. I'll look up the parts required and get back to you.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Connecting the speakers
Each speaker connection on the receiver comprises a positive (+) and negative (-) terminal. Make sure to
match these up with the terminals on the speakers themselves.
Make sure that all the bare speaker wire is twisted together and inserted fully into the speaker terminal.
If any of the bare speaker wire touches the back panel it may cause the power to cut off as a safety measure.
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