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Receiver shutting down when playing DVD loudly

When I have the volume up high during a decent war type movie the unit shuts itself down. Have eliminated dodgy power board, loose mains power cord etc. No flashing lights or anything, just goes into standby mode. Any suggestions? Is it just the vibration of the sub-woofer maybe?? Thanks

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No. If your using all the speakers that came with the unit, and unit was working correctly before then, your problem is an indication of a more serious problem about to occur. Your unit is detecting an over current situation. It could be something like a idle bias problem, or alighnment, or theres a part thats going bad and not up to specs. Oh Yes and one of your speakers could have a problem and just hasent went bad all the way yet. If it was my reciver , I would have it bench checked with some resistive loads and see on the scope, where the units clipping, if it is. If not the tech will know if its a zero crossover, idle bias or an offset thats bad. Without the proper equipment this is not a repair for you to attempt , unless of course you happen to be an electronic tech? Good Luck

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