Question about Technics SA-AX540 Receiver
Your speakers may be underpowered by your receiver.
Check the watts and impedance of the speakers, and the wattage of your receiver to make sure they closely match. (impedance is calculated in ohms- indicated by an omega symbol written near the wattage rating)
"Overload" may also mean that the amp went into protect mode, and that means that you're OVER-powering your speakers and it wants to protect them from damage due to impedance mismatch.
But- if the impedance and wattage match between the speaker and the receiver/amp, you should check the polarity of the speaker cables (+/-) BTW- never put 2 speakers in 1 output- that will almost always cause something like this and will sound bad.
I hope this helps.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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