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Old 1st October 2006, 04:28 AM   #1
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Default MTX 5 ch pot replacement

Hello all...

I got an old MTX 5400x 5 Channel car audio Amplifier and the Pots on the amplifiert inputs have become scratchy. It used to not be a problem but now on cold mornings one channel will be loud (like the pot is shorted out).

They are made by a company called ACP

They are the CA9
http://www.acptechnologies.com/img/pdf/ACP_CA9-CE9.pdf


They have been "scrachy" since I have owned the amp. Is there any "better" pots or is this a proprietary part?

i live in the USA where can I order some replacement parts?

I would like just to replace all of the pots in this amp (on the in put side) Thanks for your time...
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