Re: Poss Bad Amp ???
Sounds like there is a problem with the aux connector on the amp. Call customer service and get a RA#. Have them make a note of your login name. I will put it on the test bench to make sure it is the problem. If the amp is less then a year old we will replace it at no charge. If it is older then that but it is just the connector needing resoldering we won't charge you for that ether. If it is something more then I will let you know before fixing it.
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