Originally Posted by completej
Hope this isn't a misplaced plea for help, but...
Fuse is fine, without it the device doesn't power on.
The IN connector on my PA-120 sub has been coming off when I remove the cable running from the AVR. While this hasn't been a huge problem, just an annoyance, now it seems to have worsened to the point where no signal goes from the cable to the sub.
The signal exists, works to a different sub. When the sub is turned plugged in and placed in STANDBY, the light sometimes stays red until I touch the metal connector inside with the cable from the AVR. It then goes green, but no sound is produced. Sub produces no sound in ON or STANDBY.
I removed the plate off the back, but it appears this connection point is covered by a glued foam that I'd rather not remove just yet. I also noticed someone else had this problem earlier in the thread, but didn't get an answer.
Edit: I'm now connecting the line from the AVR to the actual solder point on the back of the circuit board to which the IN port is connected. When in stand by, the red light turns green when I touch it, but no sound is produced.
Edit2: I'm now running a line from my AVR into the PA 120, then daisy-chaining a line to a second sub. The PA-120 does not produce sound, does light up green in standby, and the second sub *does* produce sound. What is preventing the signal from the IN on the PA-120 from firing the sub?
Edit3: Elsewhere in the thread points to amp issues. I didn't purchase through PA but a seller on Ebay, so I doubt I'd be entitled to any type of assistance in the way of a new amp. Will call tomorrow and see what happens.
Any ideas? Advice? Thoughts?