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Old 24th January 2007, 11:14 AM   #1
delory is offline delory  United Kingdom
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Default Micromega Duo Transport Problem

Hi all,

just wondering if anyone can help. I have a Micromega Duo that I have just picked up, all working perfectly supposedly. Disk plays, display works, etc. Coax and optical outputs.

Connecting it to a Micromega DAC, with either output, the DAC automatically switches to the correct input signal and 'locks', meaning it has found the digital or optical signal it is looking for and is happy.

But there is no sound.

DAC works fine with all other transports so it is definitely the Duo that is malfunctioning. Only other point to note is that if you change the amp input to something else, then back to the DAC, you get a tiny burst of the music from the Duo, but only very short.

Could anyone give me an idea where to start looking?

Many thanks.
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