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Distortion

Discussion in 'Amplifiers & Receivers' started by Maximo, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Maximo

    Maximo Well-Known Member

    So I bought an old Harmon Kardon AVR 25 on craigslist and used it for a couple of months. Almost imediately I noticed distortion. I hooked u a different set of speakers and different cables and have confirmed with two independant sources that the AVR is the source of the distortion. Is there any saving this thing or did I just learn a $50 craigslist lesson?
     
  2. Botch

    Botch I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S! Superstar

    Can you hear it thru headphones too?
     
  3. Maximo

    Maximo Well-Known Member

    Hadn't thought of that. Now when's my adapter....?
     
  4. soundhound

    soundhound Well-Known Member

    A technician could probably fix it, but its probably not worth it.
     
  5. Maximo

    Maximo Well-Known Member

    OK so how about this for a suitable replacement?

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media ... F8&index=1

    I might move my pioneer receiver to the garage and use this for the bedroom since it would be solely powered by my HTPC which has indespendant volume controls.

    If I used it in the garage I could do the same thing since everything I feed it (laptop, MP3 player, etc..) has their own volume controls.
     

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