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Antler
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I am having trouble with my AM Max II in that I now have no audio! How about a link to a schematic or send me on in my email?


Tue Mar 08, 2005 3:53 pm View user's profile Send private message
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What kind of measuring equipment do you have?

Does the carrier trimmer have an impact?

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Antler, weren't you asking about the XLR input before? I wonder if you have a bad connection? I just use the standard phono connection in front and it works great...Absolutely no hum whatsoever and clean modulation.
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Sorry it has taken so long to get back to this post...

I have set it up so that the XLR board can be easily bypassed. Currently I am trying to get audio out of the stock board with no mods.

I have or have access to pretty much all there is in test equipment. BTW, I still would like to get a schematic so that I know what I am looking at.

On the trimmer Capacitor I will try that.

Regards, A-man
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Contact me via email for faster response time, you can post what
the problem was for others later.

You can start by emailing when the problem occured and whether
you can still change power level with the carrier trimmer.

Its likely that something went wrong when you added that XLR
board.

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