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Posted by Omar on December 09, 2004 at 17:33:11:
In Reply to: Re: Sansui AU-519 posted by Sten on November 10, 2004 at 11:42:30:
: Hi Mike
: The click you hear is the relay which connect the output stage of your amp. You have a preout and main in which has to be connected for both channels. Otherwise itīs almost the same as your AU-7900. What do you think is different ?
: : Anyone know how to operate this machine AU-519? It doesn't operate like my AU-7900 and that concerns me. When I turn it on the red power light blinks for 3-5 second then I hear a clink and it stays steady red. I haven't hooked anything up to it yet because I don't understand all the study on the back of the unit. Also, any idea as to value.
: : Thanks,
: : Mike
Mike, my father owns that same amp (AU-519) and it is perfectly normal for it to blink first then hear a clicking sound. I don't really know it's value but i Love it, it is an awsome piece of equipement. Any questions for the connections in the back, just email me.
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