Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I keep getting a messasge
Disconnect all your speakers at the receiver, then turn the receiver back on. Turn on CD/DVD/Cable etc, then turn up the volume, if it does Not say "protect" you know the problem is in a speaker or a wire. If all goes well, re connect one speaker at a time with the receiver off, then turn on, turn up volume. Repeat until all connected or receiver goes back into protection. Once you find the bad wire/speaker, disconnect the bad wire at the receiver, then reconnect the remaining wires and test again. Now, disconnect the wire at the speaker causing the problem and reconnect it at the receiver. Make sure the wires are separated at the speaker side and; more importantly, cleanly connected at the receiver. If you have any freyed wires at the receiver, cut and strip, then twist the braid neatly. There should only be 1/2" of stripped wire, enough to fit under the terminal when you screw it down. Now, turn on the receiver and test again. If it does not go into protection, reconnect the speaker and test again. If it goes into protection at this point, you know its a speaker problem. If possible, disassemble the speaker to look at the internal wiring, if it looks good, look for a crossover network; this will look like a small printed circuit board. If it's really dusty, use some "dust off" and spray away the dust. look at the circuitry for visible damage, ie. brown or black spots. If you see them, there's your problem and the speaker needs repaired or replaced. To double check, you can meter the speaker for resistance. If your multimeter is digital and says 1..... it's a short. If it analog with a needle, it'll peg to the right. This is a very common problem. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
I believe it is actually a memory capacitor that has to be replaced. It is soldered directly into the board and requires quite a bit of know-how to replace.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
This speaker is already having its own crossover PCB inside the box, the xover frequencies are all set as per the speaker's response. So, there will be no point making it Bi-wired.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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