Sansui 331 intermittent right channel

Discussion in 'Exclusively Sansui' started by adamp, Apr 3, 2017.

  1. Oldsansui441

    Oldsansui441 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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  2. adamp

    adamp New Member

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    That looks awesome!! I'll look around locally and see if I can find a similar product here.

    Adam
     
  3. Ben g.

    Ben g. New Member

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    Always check EBay xx1 receivers from Sansui are in hi demand. There are some pristine 331 models on there.
     
  4. Oldsansui441

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    Thank you. Yeah our currencies are fairly similar so l think it would only be about $5.00 a roll for that vinyl.
     
  5. quaddriver

    quaddriver 120 What's per channel Subscriber

    Fini with mine....

    sansui 331.jpg

    they do well with warm white LED 'fuse lights'
     
  6. Oldsansui441

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    That looks VERY nice quaddriver. I have always wondered why the 221's and 331's have white dial numbers why the others in the series have green?
     

     

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  7. A//V//F

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    I have a 331 and really love it! I have recently experienced the same problem with the right channel. It cuts out after it's running awhile, though it continues to play faintly. A year and half ago I a local shop replaced the Output I.C. and to be honest I don't even know what does. I'm really have no electrical experience or know my way around the inside of this receiver. Just a music lover. When I originally bought it, one of the channels (pretty sure the left) produced no sound, hence that repair.

    At this point I have just a bit over $100 dollars into this receiver and while I love it, I don't want to put much more into it. Is changing the caps something a complete novice like myself should even considering attempting to do? I'm using a Kenwood KA-52 (only other amp I have) in the meantime, which is pretty solid, but I prefer the sound of the Sansui.
     

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