Re: Poss Bad Amp ???
This is how you can check the system. Disconnect the BTA6100 then turn the system on and see if that makes a difference. Make sure the HP/Full selector is not in the middle. Turn system off then plug the BTA6100 and turn the gain on the 4 channel amp all the way down (counter clock). Them listen to that. Also check your ground and power connections to make sure they are clean and tight. Just changing your battery should not have done anything to the CSA4 or the BTA6100.
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Last edited by Geneh; 04-29-2013 at 09:16 AM.