Question about Pioneer VSX-D507S Receiver
SOURCE: pioneer vsx-d511 amp error
I've had the same problem for over a month and have yet to find the time to get to it. However, I there may be a fuse on the circuit board that needs to be replace. That's just my guess.
Hope it's the solution.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
1. Turn off the receiver.
2. Disconnect all the speakers from the back of the receiver.
3. Turn on the receiver. Does it still go into overload? If so, it may need repair.
4. If not, turn the receiver back off and connect one speaker at a time and turn it back on.
Most likely one of your speaker cables is shorted out causing your receiver to get overloaded. Or, one of the speakers is damaged, having the same effect.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: power overload
That is a good thing, your receiver is going into "protect mode" that means the receiver is shutting down to keep from damaging delicate internal circuitry, it is sensing a speaker bottoming out or some other electrical "short" that could be damaging!
Also could be from over driveing the amp and then it starts to overheat thus going into "protect mode".
If your speakers are "clipping or distorting" turn it down, you are going to ruin your amp. Good luck !
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for the solution. but di i need to get a more powerful receiver. how do i know if the receiver and speakers are matching"
What ohm speakers are you using? this receiver doesnt work very well with speakers that have an ohm rating below 6
Posted on May 17, 2010
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