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Disconection the sound

With 2*150w speakers as loud (jbl limited)when the volume level is on 45 (pionner model 9850)the output is completely disconected.what must be the problem?

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This will be a protection feature of the head unit. If you are not using an amplifier, when the power required by the speakers exceeds the power output of the head unit, it will cut out until the volume level is reduced.

If the head unit turns completely off, you may consider adding an amplifier to the sound system.

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