Question about Denon DHT500SD System
Posted by Anonymous on
My guess is you have uninsulated speaker wires touching, probably in the back of the receiver. If speaker wires touch (short) like that, it should put the system into protect mode to keep from blowing the amplifier section. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HI FixYa ,got a problem
No, the pop was caused by the mechanical failure of a component - it got shorted or it has literally exploded. Because of that there is nothing you can do to fix it: the unit must be opened, tested, the failed part identified and replaced - all this must be done by a specialist, at a repair shop. You will have to send it to one, no way around that.
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