Question about Onkyo TX-SR804 7.1 Channels Receiver
Check the rated impedance of your speakers. Use the manufacturer's rating. Don't try to measure it with an ohmmeter. This should be printed on the rear panel. If not, check your manual if you have one. The receiver probably shouldn't be connected to speakers rated any lower than 6 Ohms. If the speakers are 6 or higher, check your wires and connections for any stray strands that could be causing a short. I also have to wonder what "increase the volume substantially" means. Are we talking potential hearing damage? Maybe the receiver is saving you from your self.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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