Sanyo DCX-2300K Receiver with No Sound
The distortion with the phono input is normal. Phono inputs have different
input impedances and much smaller voltages than any other input (aux,
tape,...), not to mention the inverse RIAA filter.
> Hi there,
> I have a Sanyo DCX-2300K solid state AM/FM receiver that suddenly
> stopped working. No sound can be heard on either the left or right
> channel on either speaker bank. The console lights up properly, so I
> don't think it's a power problem. Since neither channel works, I
> don't think it's the output amplifiers (since it's unlikely that they
> both failed simultaneously). There is a "tape recorder output" jack
> that is directly connected to the selector switch output; if I plug a
> source into the auxiliary input it seems to output clearly on the
> recorder output. If I plug the same source into the "phono" input
> then the recorder output is very distorted (it sounds scratchy, and
> the volume wanders). There are no obviously burnt or damaged
> components inside. The fuses are fine.
> My best guess is that something has gone wrong on the circuit board
> that controls the balance, bass, treble etc. (There's a number marked
> on this board, 4-2269-21732, I don't know if that helps or not).
> Does anybody have any advice on how to proceed? I don't have any
> schematics or circuit diagrams for this unit, unfortunately.
> Thanks for your help!
> - Andrew