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I have a problem with sansui amplifier rz-5100av when powered it just writers protector

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i have the same problem but my receiver doesn't change sources and its blocked on the last station llistened. the problem appeared when i washed the face of the receiver with a special spray. i think that i have done something very wrong like a short cut in the command processor. any help, please?

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Sansui Amplifier RZ 7900 The surround

I can't find a manual but I'll take a stab.

When you say it fades are you being literal? In the digital world things usually change suddenly or stop altogether.

I'd look at the receiver for an indicator that indicates the multichannel nature of your incoming digital audio. Many have little maps or icons showing the number of speakers supported at any given time. That's a function of the incoming data stream and/or whatever the audio source it carries. For example, when loading a DVD I usually see 2.1 indicated on my unit while the low-tech menus and previews are active. Once the multichannel program commences the 5.1 indication lights up.

It almost sounds like the digital bitstream is being corrupted and the receiver shifts down to whatever it can manage to decode from it. Check the cabling that carries the audio. If it's optical instead of copper, I'd check to make sure there are no tight bends or kinks in it anywhere.

Posted on Dec 23, 2010

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http://www.springair.de/Sansui-RZ-3000_detail_13525_326_SESS-51aeaa5f0105cfe40d86469ac9c7cb85.html

In German but it says 2x80 watts. I'd guess 1980's.

Posted on May 28, 2011

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