>Let's think about this. If you were the vendor of a secondary piece
>of equipment, how would you react? No offense, but it is very
>unlikely (but not impossible) that an amplifier could disable a tape
I have had the same thing happen to my stereo. I dad a DIN linked
Kenwood deck and amp in my mgb. The amp clock circuit blew and caused a
feedback that disabled the tape deck portion of the radio that was
running at the time. I tried to get the tape deck to work with no avail
while the radio was fine. After letting it sit on the shelf for more
than a year I decided to give it another try and presto it worked normal
again without a single repair. It is possible for a head unit to be
disabled by an amp though not a common occurrence.
John D. Knight III '73 MGB (under restoration)
"If uniqueness makes us who we are, why be like everyone else?"
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