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Turns off if sound level is increased

Does this only on ALL CHANNEL STEREO, also does this on FULL MONO.
I only have PS3 and Sat TV - both plugged in via HD connections.
When playing music on PS3 - TX-SR606 turns off if volume is over 20, does the same on SAT/TV if volume exceeds 55, but only does this on ALL CH STEREO and FULL MONO DSP MODES???

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There is a protection circuit kicking in.

First thing to check.....Verifiy that all speaker lines are in correct polarity.

+ and gold or writing/stripe on cable.

Check this all the way around and if the sub is a line in sub,, check that also.

You really should just unplug them all and start one by one.

If you cannot get to the wires or its too hard to access,

hold your hand 1/8 of an inch from the woofers. they should be kicking out, not pulling in.

Could also be a blown woofer somewhere in the system.


Hope that helps!

Charles

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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