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SOURCE: Sa-Da8 Overload and power off

you mite be pushing too much power, try unhooking a few speakers or check the wattage cuz that mite be your problem

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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I had the same problem. What I did was hard wire the fan so it runs whenever the unit is on. I had the reciever set for low impedance, when I turned this off all works fine. (Low impedance is only for speakers with an impedance of 6 to 8 homs or less)

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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Keeping your SA-DA8 cool


When I first bought this I noticed that it runs very hot even on low volume levels. I took it in for repair and told the tech that the fan didn't come on even when hot. He said "works as designed - the fan is output-power-driven, not temperature driven."

Wishing to prolong the life of ma SA-DA8, I used an old computer power supply and muffin fan. Plugged the PS into the controlled AC output of the amp, and the fan into the PS. Jumpered the "power-on" pins of the PS. Laid the fan on top of the amp, padded with some foam tape, and it now stays a lot cooler (and the fan is very quiet, though not silent.)

on Nov 05, 2011 | Technics SA-DA8 Receiver

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Sound just stopped all of a sudden .....unplugged it for 30 secs still did not work....fan was on but it felt a little hot on top


Power amp output IC have an overheat. Cool it down and restart at
low volume. Send your e-mail if this did solve your problem.

Sep 25, 2009 | Technics SA-DA8 Receiver

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SA8 5.1 receiver overload comes on with no sound


Try checking your fuse if it overloaded then it probably blew it

Oct 22, 2008 | Technics SA-DA8 Receiver

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Sa-da8 overload and off


Be sure that the EQ settings aren't accidentally putting you over the top as far as demand is concerned. Bass-heavy material? Same conditions apply...accordianman

Jan 21, 2008 | Technics SA-DA8 Receiver

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Sa-Da8 Overload and power off


you mite be pushing too much power, try unhooking a few speakers or check the wattage cuz that mite be your problem

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