Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
I have two Onkyo M-1501 Amplifers that have the same problem. After they are running for a bit one of the channels either shuts off, or is on a really low volume level.
If I cycle the power, then I can hear it again, but after a bit, one of the channels shuts off.
Any help would be appreciated
You have a shorted speaker, crossed speaker wires Or a blown speaker. The amp is reacting to the short.
Start with one speaker by itself, unplug the rest. Check the polarity. Run it on the channel that cuts out. can you replicate it? Check the connections on the amp, and see if they are really close to touching.
Absolutely if it happens on both amps, unless you bought both B stock or Remanufacturerd and they have the same problem. This is rare
Hope that helps you!
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