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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have my jvc rx-778v
There could be a couple of reasons that its overloading one is make sure that there is no bare wire touching at all.The other thing it could be is the ohms rating over your speakers may be to low for you receiver.Most receiver can handle 8 ohms to 6 ohms there are a few that can handle 4 ohms check your speaker ohms rating then check how low your receiver can handle with out going into overload.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
The nature of a source's digital bitstream is automatically detected at the receiver. Look at your unidentified source and ITS manual for that answer.
See the box on page 14.
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
Overload indicates a short in the audio output semiconductors, check speaker wires for shorts, if okay! you will need a professional to assess cost to replace outputs.
Posted on Mar 21, 2012
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