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Marantz PM 4000 has cut out

My Marantz PM 4000 Amp has cut out. All the lights are on when powered up but no sound. CD player and speakers are fine. Probably happened after my 2 year old son turned the volume to full for the 100th time.

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May be the problem solved here :
http://www.audiotoolers.com/ubbt/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/5316/page/1#Post5316

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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All the sources, turntable, CD player and tape unit have an output. These should go in the input of the amplifier with the same name. Then only the Tape player, could have an input, for recording music or whatever. For that input, your amplifier should have an tape out. All these should be connected with cables with tulip plugs, like these.

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Use the white for left on everything and red for right.
If one of the devices as a different connector, find a cable for audio, with on one end the tulip plugs and on the other end the fitting plug.
Then the output of the power amplifier it should say output or LS, can be connected with 2 wires going to the speakers.
For this the same counts, although it is difficult to see when you use electrical wires in one colour. What comes out red on he amp, should go on the same screw connector on the speaker. Just to avoid one speaker being out of phase. It will work, but could sound a little strange when the speakers are out of phase.
With the correct model names added, perhaps we could have given a more accurate answer.

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Please don't test the system or switch on, with the volume button to the max. Don't switch anything on an amplifier when the volume is high, or the setting is high. A short increase of the volume, during switching can, and has very often destroy(ed) the speakers.

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Marantz pm 6004 blikining red power standby


Are the speakers connected?

If so , you have an output DC voltage issue ( typically outputs dont want to see more than 100mV DC going to the speakers. If that happens , the Protect circuit will kick in. Find a repair tech in your area because I think this amp is worth fixing

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Some amps have a button which you press to mute the speakers when the headphones are plugged in. Sometimes marked "Speakers on off". If it hasn't then a new headphone socket would not be expensive to fit. As long as the amp producers sound I don't see any future problems. The previous owner may have used the headphone socket a lot, and simply wore it out!

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Try plugging in headphones, if they work, it sounds like outputs have blown,

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The OVERLOAD on my Marantz PM 44-SE is tripping out even at very low volume setting - using any of the inputs with either speakers connected or disconnected. I can even hear it tripping when no inputs or...


Overload is another form of protect mode. See the link below for an explanation of protect. Also, in your specific case, the problem is definately internal to the amp rather than an external cause. Expect a parts cost in the $40 range. Feel free to post additional questions.
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Dan

Link: http://www.fixya.com/support/r5390728-protector_means

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Hi, I have a Marantz PM 57 Amplifier that is not working. The power light comes on but no sound from speakers (nor headphones). Just moved house, and hadn't used it for a while (don't remember it not...


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Hi, i have a marantz pm720 amp, when i switch it on, straight away it starts to make loud cracks through the speakers like spikes,then it will cut sound all together for a few seconds then back on, when i...


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I would have tech look at the amp and see what the power supply is doing without spkrs connected

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There really is no point in  connecting the two components with an optical (=digital) cable, if you didn't want to use the SA-15s DAC- and analog output section you might aswell have bo bought the chiepest one you could find...

To get better sound than the SA-15s analog outputs can provide, you would have to spend a load of money (not as much as for the SA-15 but quite a bit) on a DAC - and the DAC would only work with CDs, you would still have to use the SA-15s analog outputs to listen to SACDs.

So in conclusion:
-Use the SA-15s analog outputs

-If you have other digital sources that you want to use - if you care about their sound quality - you can sell/return the SA-15s, buy the chiepest CD-Player you find (only look and feel matter) and spend the rest on a good DAC. (note: SACDs won't play on this setup)


I'm using a PM-15S1 with a DAC (Apogee Mini DAC, Studio-Equipment, nominal price ~1000$, got mine 2nd hand for 400€ ) myself. A DAC is usually the better choice over an expensive CD-Player - especially if you've got other digital sources (PC, ...) - but you'll probably lose a lot of money if you sell the SA-15, so think about it (IF you're still thinking about it, I realise that your question is 8 months old...)


anyway... have fun with the PM-15, it sure is beauty

Jan (Hamburg, Federal Republic of Krautistan)

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hmmm. Let's start by swapping the wires you are using for your speakers. Double check the wire connections first, then take the left and place iton the right and vice versa.

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