Question about Kenwood KR-X1000
When selecting Dolby or THX modes the signal turns to garbage within a short period. I will get correct signal to two speakers in stereo mode. Can't use the subwoofer for long before the signal goes bad for it even in stereo mode. Sounds like a main signal processing chip gone bad or something. I'm reasonably handy but not much of an electronics repair person. I'd appreciate any tips on how to repair. Thanks
That sounds about right, about the audio processor IC most likly being the culprit. To repair this, a test tone should be inserted into the unit, and using an ocilliscope to trace the audio waveform through the circuit, and see where it craps out. There could also be a regulator componet from the power supply that is going out after start up and becoming intermittant. Sorry to say in this case there is no wasyy fix unless you have a schematic and the proper equipment. Time to take the unit into the reciver repair Place. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 23, 2006
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