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Overload message i just hooked this up and it reads overload the only thing i have hooked up are the built in surround sounds speakers in my ceiling. What could cause this?

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  • JDinson Nov 08, 2007

    I am having the same problem newbietorres. Did changing the connectors fix the problem. I am using Monster Cable and they are hooked up to Boston CR65 speakers. As soon as I turn on the receiver it displays overload and turns off. If I only connect the right speaker it stays on and you hear the radio station. If I attempt to connect the right speaker either by itself or with the right speaker connected it "Overloads" and turns off.



    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated from anyone !!



    Thanks, John

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Chnage de golden connectors (if that's what you are using) that you use to connect your speaker wiring to your speakers if they seem damaged. that's what i did

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I had this problem yesterday. In my case the problem was the subwoofer connected in the power outlet in the back of the VSX. Switching to other power outlet solved the problem. So the tip is: check what is plugged on the VSX power outlet. In my case the sub probably was draining much energy and causing the overload in the receiver.

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