Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I checked the fuse it was burned out I replaced the fuse 4 times and each time i replaced it they all burned out dos anyone know what the problem could be
If it burns out with no signal going to it, then it could be the + and - power leads are reversed. Otherwise, it's probably an internal component failure requiring a tech to fix.
If it burns out with a signal going to it: Very likely the amp is overloaded and goes into protective thermal shutdown. Letting it cool off for a little while would allow it to reset. could be it's not capable of sustained power level you like.
Next most likely reason is miswiring speakers - if you have more than one and they are in parallel (the usual case, with all the red+ terminals wired together and all of the black- terminals wired together), check to see that their total impedance is no less than the minimum specified in the amp's manual. The total impedance is Z=1/(1/Z1)+(1/Z2)+(1/Z3)... where Z1 is the impedance of the first speaker, Z2 the second, etc. For example, two 4 ohm speakers in parallel = 2 ohms.
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