They won't provide schematics. The best you could hope for is to take
it to a Altec Lansing repair shop, or dealer, but get an estimate (and
find out how much they want to troubleshoot it far enough to give you
an estimate). If you have spare time, you could try putting an input
into it and tracing it through the circuitry with a probe and a small
speaker, or headphones. These days, most small amps are just a big IC,
>Yes, thanks, I hooked it to several computers as well.
>Altec Lansing doesn't seem to offer schematics, and I've had a hard time
>getting through to their customer support line. I'd love any suggestions on
>where to start with self-repair, or if it's best to ditch them vs. pay for
>> Did you hook it up to a Walkman, or cassette player to test it? I had
>> a noise problem (bad hum) with my PC sound system, and I tried it with
>> a Walkman, clear as a bell. The sound card was toast.
>> Bob M.
>> >I have a set of ACS295's, 3-piece system including subwoofer, that
>> >lost sound. The fuse tests as good. I can't find any literature on
>> >web site, or schematic anywhere.
>> >I took it apart, and saw the power supply, cross-over, and switching
>> >controls (on one of the speakers). The switching controls communicate
>> >the subwoofer, where the guts are contained, so there's a complicated
>> >cable, and I don't know which pins carry the sound, and which carry
>> >Does anyone know where to start to do a simple fix, get repairs or just
>> >info? I'm about good with a soldering iron, that's all, my fanciest
>> >equipment is a mulitmeter. I don't want repairs to exceed value (I see
>> >for used sets for about $60).
>> >Thanks much, Matt