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Old 24th August 2006, 01:15 PM   #1
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Default Onkyo A-SV620 something is wrong with left channel


Something is wrong with the left channel. It produces a slight to moderate distortion. Does any one know what it might be? I have changed the output transistor, if that's the right term, and that is not it.

I might be able to record the distortion and post a link to the mp3 or other format file. But right now I will try to describe it . . . *5 minutes later still think * Hmmm . . . it just doesn't sound right The sounds, and especially noticeable, the voices have a strange distortion to them. I was told it was most likely the output transformers, but it wasn't them
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