Question about Kenwood VR615 Receiver
I own VR615 for about 3 years. Recently, it started turning itself off when volume exceeds some value. When it does so, the red standby light start blinking. Turning it off and back on fixes it but only until next loud sound. It's like it trips on overloading.
Usually when a receiver cuts out at increasing volumes, you have a speaker or speaker wire problem. Check all of your speaker wires and make sure none of them are shorted. Incidentally, I do own this system myself.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
I also have the same problem, it is really annoying... anyone have any ideas.... please help!!
Posted on May 03, 2008
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