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Old 11th July 2006, 11:17 PM   #1
ol4554 is offline ol4554  United States
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Hello, I have a traynor beta 800 amplifier that has an a and b inputs and outputs.
I plugged it in when I got it, on one board a cap blew and a resistor was fried.

I am using this amp to amplify a bass guitar

Heres the million dollar question:
Can I take one of the boards out and just use one channel?

Tried
Tried taking the A input and connect to the board and blew fuses.

Is this possible to take out one of the boards and just use the other.
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Old 12th July 2006, 06:01 AM   #2
lndm is offline lndm  Australia
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Could you just remove the fuses for the blown side? Only one concern, that the supply rails may be a little high with only one channel (probably okay, though best to check).
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