Turn it off, you might have to unplug it and leave it unplugged for 10 minutes or so. It should reset itself.
Make sure you don't have a wire short somewhere causing an overload to the Amp.
You might have to move the turntable further away from the Amp. It is also important to have the T.table Ground wire connected to the back of the Amp/Receiver.
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If you have checked the speakers and wiring, the right channel has a audio driver or output problem, which explains the low volume, static, and distortion. A service technician will be required to fix the receiver so it will balance the left side.
Could need repair of bad solder connections or a cleaning of the pot. With the receiver off turn the balance pot back and forth several times, this may be all you need to do. If it improves a couple drops of wd40 on the pot and a couple more turns should clean it up.
hi. i have a sony amplifier. i plug the speakers in like normal. i turn it on and the right side speeker works fine. but you half to crank it up all the way just to barely hear the left speeker. we switched speakers and its still the same effect. we think its the amp itself. we tried our balance settings. it was fine. but right now its just playing one speaker louder then the left one. can anyone help me?
something bad in load (speakers and thier cabels). 1-disconnect speaker one by one when the fault goen this speaker and it is cabel are guilty.change it .if you did all above and still have a problem you must send it to service center.