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Speaker Turn On Delay and DC Protector Board Set (V2)
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Old 13th August 2017, 02:07 PM   #181
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First let me say that the unit works as advertised and passes the DC test in the build guide.

The voltage was measured at the speaker binding posts with the amp running. There was no offset voltage at the amp outputs but voltage at the protector board outputs.

I bypassed the protector board after finding this.
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Old 13th August 2017, 02:10 PM   #182
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The Fluke meter is on the binding post, the other two are on the F5 board.

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Old 13th August 2017, 02:29 PM   #183
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The voltage was measured at the speaker binding posts with the amp running. There was no offset voltage at the amp outputs but voltage at the protector board outputs.
Let me get this straight, you moved your test probes from amp output to protector board output without doing anything else?
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Let me get this straight, you moved your test probes from amp output to protector board output without doing anything else?
Yes.
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I presume you can see how if your wiring is correct and the relays are working properly, that makes no sense. Try shorting across the relay contacts, if everything else is correct I can only suggest the relay contacts
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