Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 840A Amplifier
Get an Ohmmeter, take a reading on each speaker line one at a time, on both A & B speaker lines. You should get a reading of 8+/- ohms. The speaker switch with the 6 spks will probably read almost 0 ohms when all 6 are running. That is what your amp is not liking. Try running it with one set of speakers on the switch,with the Tannoys on ch A on your amp and the switch on B. add one pair of the 6 at a time and you'll see that it won't like all 6 at once. 2, maybe 4, at a time is probably what you'll find to work.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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