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No sound from amplifier

I have no sound fro amp amp powers up normaly i have changed input source and there is nil change

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  • nuorigin Apr 14, 2008

    I also have no sound from our Europower EP1500 It was working, then only one side worked, and now no sound at all.

  • qluxor Sep 26, 2008

    had sound yesterday. today, have signal but no sound. SAMSON SX2400 AMPLIFIER

  • obeacon Jan 05, 2009

    System powers on, but no sound comes out. All lights on. Speakers, wire, source, fuse, do not seem to be the problem.

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1-check for blown fuse2-check for good cables to your loudspeakers
(no short circuit between cabels wire.)
about(nuorigin problem)-move the good speaker cables to the bad side and check if there is no sound the problem in your amplifier output stage and needs to be fix at workshop.

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