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Old 27th December 2012, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default NAD T763 trouble

Hello DIYAudio,

I stumbled upon the site recently when researching a problem. Have had a NAD T 763 for a few years now. It gets a lot of use. Was playing music off of my phone through a audio jack. I switched on a large subwoofer (that I did not realize was not plugged into the wall but was plugged into the amp). The sound immediately stopped. Amp did not go off. Amp now turns on but there is no sound at all. I reset the amp and did a factory reset also. No luck. I read that NADs have relay/soldering problems. Any ideas?
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Old 28th December 2012, 01:07 AM   #2
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If the subwoofer was not powered, how could you have turned it on at all?
It seems there is more to this than is obvious. Was the switch-on with a remote controller, 12V control lead, wall switch?
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