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Receiver shuts off

During speaker calibration and high volume

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As this receiver does not have automatic speaker calibration, you need to set the volumes manually. The best is if the left and right speakers are at the same distance from you (then their volumes can be equal). If one speaker is at more distance than the other, the volume must be higher for this speaker.
You can find instruction for volume setting at p. 21 of your receiver manual. There you can also find settings of the speaker mode - that depends on the specific speakers you have. You can define for each of 5 speakers if they are Large/Small/None (on this setting depends where will be the lowest bass tones directed).

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Receiver shuts off at higher volumes


The receiver may be too under powered for your speakers or the speaker ohm's may not be matched for your amp.

The reason it is shutting off is likely because the amp is becoming overloaded. At lower volumes the amp can handle the load of the speakers, but at higher volumes the power supply of the amp can't keep up with the power demand the speakers are pulling.

If you were previously able to turn the reciever high without turning off, then there is likley something wrong with the amp or possibly a blown speaker.

Try measuring the resistance of the speakers if you have access to a multimeter. They should normally read 8 ohms for home speakers, but some common home speaker impedances in order from (I'm assuming) most common to least common are are 8, 4, 2(bose), and sometimes 10 or 12 ohms. The lower the number of ohms, the more power the amp will need to put to the speakers and the more chance you could be overloading your amp.

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I moved into a house with pioneer home system &media receiver is flashing...i did notice 2 of 3 speakers aren't giving any sound..what is wrong


you can try a few things on the simple side:

1- change sound simulation to other than stereo, maybe to cinema or surround.

2- if your receiver has a audio calibration program built in, than maybe the microphone was unplugged during calibration thereby leaving the receiver in a calibration mode where only the speakers that completed the calibration function are active.

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Shuts off at high volume


Amplifiers are designed that way to prevent overloading. One reason why it would abnormally shut off is if the speakers winding are shorted out. If you smell burnt enamel from one of the speakers, then maybe a shorted speaker is the abnormality. Extremely high volume shut off is normal though, like when you turn it up, and the sound starts breaking up(distortion).

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When I plug my Onkyo receiver in it turns on and off on its own in intrevals of about one second. Is this a bad power supply or something else?


follow these steps:
*disconnect everything from the unit (treat it as if you just got it out of the box) no speaker wires no cables.
* turn on the unit and max the volume (w/o anything connected)
*if the unit shuts off during step 2 you need to send it in for service (go to onkyousa.com for the nearest service center)
*if it didn't shut off during step 2 you need to play the tuner and connect one speaker at a time.
EXAMPLE: connect your left speaker and then play the FM and then max the volume for about 2 seconds then turn it down.
if you were successful in maxing out the volume on the left speaker continue with the other speakers until you isolate w/c speaker is causing the issue. if your gonna ask why the FM...its because its a direct playing source but you can still use a cd player or a tape deck to try it out.

take note: if your receiver shuts down on a speaker that you have connected make sure to have that speaker checked or better yet replace it.

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Avr Shuts down at high volume


It does that because there is a safety feature in all the newer devices. If your system is turned up to high you would blow your audio outputs or speakers. That's why it shuts off.

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Receiver Shutoff


That may be a clue to your shutdown problem. Disconnect that speaker and see if the unit still shuts down. If it does not, then there is a problem with this speaker,or the wiring going to this speaker. If the unit still shuts down, disconnect each speaker at a time to see where the problem is. If none of the speakers seem to cause the shutdown problem, there is na major fauly in the amp circuit, so the amp will need serviceing or replacement. Good Luck

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