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Carver TFM-15 / TFM-15CB amplifier alignment
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Old 29th October 2007, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default Carver TFM-15 / TFM-15CB amplifier alignment

I recently repaired my two TFM-25 and aligned the channels as described in the service manual (it just involved measuring voltages at the test points while adjusting some variable resistors).

I was hoping someone could explain how I can perform the same alignment on my TFM-15 and TFM-15CB. They should both require the same kind of procedure, and the information should be in their respective service manuals.

Thanks for the help!
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