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Old 5th May 2011, 10:01 AM   #1
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Hi all!

I am a second owner of Nakamichi TA-4A. And I am from Ukraine, in our country Nakamichi TA-4A is very rare, therefore I have nobody to ask some questions I’m interested in. Well, I wonder if you could help me with them.

When I push «Tone switch», «Mute», select signal source push buttons «Listen Monitor Selector» or turn off TA-4 (push Power button on the remoute) in the speakers is heard a powerful snap. Do you have this effect in your Nakamichi TA-4A?

Nakamichi prodused very quality devices, so I think this is defect which my Nakamichi has and I’d like to work this bug out off it.

Thanks a lot!
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