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Old 4th December 2008, 12:36 PM   #1
reddish75 is offline reddish75  United Kingdom
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Default nad c352 problem

hi, i have a strange fault with my nad c352 in the way of after about 4 hours of play the right channel starts to hiss louldly, after switch off i tried again the following morning and the same, tried again a few days later and its back to normal, no sign of hiss? has anyone got any suggestions of what this could be? i have resoldered the output trannys because the joints didnt look very good, but after this i am at a loss!

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Old 4th December 2008, 03:40 PM   #2
krmaudio is offline krmaudio  United Kingdom
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have a really good look for more dry joints, they can be hard to spot, did you have a tap round the board with a non metallic object whilst it was running?
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