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While playing the DVD of Dark Knight on my 5.1 surround system last night, my audio system would simply turn itself off.  It seemed to happen during moments of extreme sound, i.e. explosions, gun shots, any short quick burst of sound seemed to shut my system down. This has never happened before, and I can't imagine what the issue is.  This happened regardless of the volume level I was playing the audio at???  Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.  Thank you for your time.

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This is a common problem with this unit the main thing is a low grade capcitor that the manufacturers used which is known to discharge all of its power at once which it recieves a high signal output and tells the unit to shut down the solution is very technical but basiclly you gave to install a higher amp capacitor.

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