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Re: Onkyo sr-dr2.2 cuts out quickly after starting
Disconnect all speaker wires from the unit and power back up. If it does not go into protection, post a comment and I will walk you thru troubleshooting. If it still goes into protection, it needs to be serviced.
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If you try JUST headphones (spkrs off), does it still go into protect?
If so, I would say ( from my previous 50 or so receivers)
that it needs new power supply capacitors
If not, either one of your spkrs is faulty or they arent connected solidly at both ends
Hey there..Sorry.When the amps are over powered they blow the main circuit and short causing the amp to turn on the right back off to protect mode.That you will have to send in to get fix..Look behind the amp and see if theres any wires touching or grounding out.My favorite amps are from onkyo and believe me i've done this a few times to 5 aps I've had.So I up graded to the tx sr 906 It rocks and will blow every speaker I have before the amp will go..Hope this helps you and good luck..Have a great day...
you have to verify your connection cause if you are a short circuit in your different output or input the protection mode is on. it's an internal security
first disconnect all your output speakers, and restart your amplifier if the protection mode is on again try to disconnect all your input device and restart your amplifier, the protection mode should be off, so after connect one device after one to check who makes your protection mode on
Make shure your speaker wiring is solid hookup to amp and spekers (NO CROSSED WIRING). Also make shure speakers are not wired in parallel or the speaker impeadance will be to low and amp will kick out.Turn speakers off then hook up headphones and crank up volume then see if amp kicks out.If it does you have an internal overload and needs serviced. If it playes ok then you must have speaker problems or wiring.
The problem here is that the output amplifier section has a problem. This is detected internally and the system shuts down in a "protect" mode. The output section really only kicks in when you attempt to bring up the volume. Another possibility is a problem in the "front end" where DC current is being passed to the amp section. Without takeing measurements, it is difficult to determine the exact cause. This should be a relatively stright-forward repair for a service shop and should cost about $20-$40 in parts plus the local labor charge.