I have a audio bahn a8001d amp and my led reading works but my sound plays for a second then it stops for a second, so it plays in burst constantly. what do you suggest the problem is and how can it be fixed?
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Re: my amp plys in burst
Make sure you have the correct speaker load. Try one channel and
one speaker (4 ohm single voice coil) at a time and see if there is one
channel that is the problem. See if it will stay on with no
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Internal issue have seen it with all of this brand amp, was not able to repair, sent in to the manufacture and they sent it back, still had same problem, recommend a different brand, kicker, rockford fosgate, pioneer, alpine, kenwood, audio bahn, I've installed some dual amps and they seem to work quite nicely
You have a short circuit. I don`t know this particular piece of equipment but you should check all the output transistors/chips. Try disconnecting ALL the supplies to ALL the output devices and switch on, It should fire up, If it does, reconnect the positive AND negative supplies to one channel. If it still fires up, reconnect the next channel until you find the faulty channel then you could try doing comparison checks between the bad channel one of the good ones. These amps tend to use MOSFETS and are extremely intolerant to bad or loose connections. I hope this helps. You`ll probably find that you`ve got poor wiring, That will be your original fault. Ensure you make ALL connections good and sound before reconnecting the amp up with new devices in or you WILL be back at square one with no amp again. Ian
this may just be the mechanism changing diretion as it reads the second layer on the disc usually because the film is too long to go on one side of the dvd disc.
but if happening quite a lot during playing a film then it could be something as simple as cleaning the mechanism. NOT for the untrained
in the control panel check sound and audio devices option- audio-default playback device- default recording device. Check whether sigma tel audio is present by default. if not then try changing to dafault audio devices both play back and recording options.Restart computer to check sound is heard this time.. all the best !