Question about NAD Audio Players & Recorders
Sounds like thermal problem, probably voltage regulator section of Power Supply. Open up look for signs of hot spots on circuit board
Posted on Apr 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes ive heard of such a thing because just randomly my sx-316 decided to do that also
and im thinkin the amp is blown. my SW channel sounds as if its shorting yet ive checked all the wiring,polarities, and used 3 dif subs on it and all are the same result. The amp is built into the reciever so you cant modify the volts heading to the sub.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Yes, sounds like your DSP chip has an issue. Not an inexpensive repair if that's the culpret. Around 400-500 to replace the chip. It's an awesome receiver and worth 300-400 in repair, however, a 3800 or 1800 can be had for 600-800 depending where you look. If you need more help, post a comment and I can help you some more.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
SOURCE: right channel sound is distorted
You most likely should remove the casing of your reciever and take a can of compressed air to clean it out start with that and also while you hvae it open look for any solder that looks messy or melted
Posted on May 24, 2010
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