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Old 22nd May 2011, 04:09 PM   #1
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Much thanks to soonerorlater for all of the help with my recent questions.

I installed a standby switch which helps a lot with the popping when turning off the amp. After some cleaning the amp seems to be running fine, no more drastic differences between channels or dropping of the left channel.

However I am curious if there is a good way to check channel balance with a multimeter?? I am also possibly coming into an oscilloscope...would I be able to do the above test with it? I suspect it will come in handy for checking but I'm not at all familiar with them! Excited to learn! What do you'll think? Oscilloscope or not?

Thanks so much

John
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