|Post 1 made on Sunday July 4, 2021 at 12:08|
Hoping for some help please. We purchased a house with an older existing home theater set up. The problem is that the volume is clearly louder on the Left. This is true in all rooms and across all sources. I checked the Balance settings in the rooms and they are fine. The original installers no longer service Crestron but they thought that the amp (the AADS) may have gone bad on one channel. Is there a master balance control or is this likely a bad component?
|Post 2 made on Monday July 5, 2021 at 18:08|
Have you switched the inputs of the source to see if the same happens??
Do you have any zones where only 1 speaker works?
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|Post 3 made on Tuesday July 13, 2021 at 16:25 |
Do you have any tuner cards installed in the unit (AM/FM/XM). Since these are internal to the AADS there are no external factors to have an affect.
What happens when you adjust the balance all the way to the right? Does one speaker get louder or does the room just get quieter?
Since this is happening on all rooms it doesn't sound like an amp issue as each room has dedicated amps and I can't see all the right amps only going bad. This is either the input has gone bad, the source cable has gone bad, or the source output gone bad.
As kgossen has mentioned, what happens if you change the left and right input cables? Does it switch to the other speaker or stay with the same speaker?
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