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east electronics 16th October 2008 12:31 PM

Musical Fidelity A5
a costumer comapains that has a musical fidelity A5 almost brand new sounds bad even compaired to cirous small amp ....

low is poor and high is almost confusing ....

any ideas before i open the machine ?????

stoN_Cold 16th October 2008 01:05 PM

Hi Sakis !
Take one beer, and wash hands!

Regards zeoN_Rider

Nrik 16th October 2008 06:02 PM

There is probably nothing wrong with it.
Maybe he connected it with one channel reversely phased ( + and - the other way round), or maybe he is just not a big fan of "the british sound".

east electronics 17th October 2008 09:38 AM

speakers wrong connection is totally out of the question .....

your comment about "british sound " i can respect

anything else ?????? anybody been playing around with a machine like that ????

schematics may be ????? he he he ....

will see .....i will see it sometime next week .....

kzeprf22 17th October 2008 02:00 PM

I believe also that nothing is wrong, but if we think that traditionaly Musical Fidelity uses conventional designs in its amps and it plays with quicient (bias) current to produce pure sound (some watts 1-2 class A), I am thinking that maybe the bias current in the particular amp is some how low trimmered consider increasing it. This is just a guess thought because I do not know this Amp. I know others like A1.

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