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I have rotel amplifiers when i connect my speakers the amplifier stop working

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Check the ohms on the amp output and the amount of ohms on the back of your speakers they should be the same (or at least the amp should be more) ....your speakers may be overpowering your amp

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HALLO I HAVE A ROTEL RA 9858X AND AGTER PLAYING FOR A FEW MINUTES I LOSE THE RIGHT SPEAKER CHANEL


Try interchanging the speakers. If the right channel works, you have a problem with your speaker.

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Use an amplifier with NO MORE than 150 Watts per channel or you be buying new speakers. At this power level don't expect booming bass boost without damaging the speakers. The Rotel generates 130 per side which is very near the safe maximum for those speakers... and the specs look good. If you are not satified with the sound, the speakers are LIKELY the problem. Look at getting good commercial speaakers instead of CONSUMER grade speakers. Go to a music store dealing with bands and musicians and view the products they have to offer. Consumer speakers often fail when people turn up too much bass. At high listening levels hearing damage can result.

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Incoming from WHAT? Ampifiers accept inputs via RCA connections and send amplified audio to the speakers via the + and - OUTPUT terminals.

I'm guessing your colored wires are from your speakers and that there is a piece of this puzzle we do not see - how the speakers on the deck and in the dining area are wired.

You say, "was working ok previously"... previous to WHAT? Something changed.

You can probably troubleshoot and resolve this yourself.

Set the amp to a medium output level.

If the wires are simply leading to either or both pairs of speakers you could select any two of them and connect them to one side of the amp. Only a pair going to the same speaker(s) will produce sound. Once you identify one pair, the other pair probably goes to the other speakers. Connect them to the other channel output.

The last piece would be to establish correct phasing between the speakers. Bass response will suffer if they're not IN-phase. Play something with substantial bass. Listen closely, then reverse the wires on one side only. Test again. If it IMPROVES you have it right. If it losses bass, put the wires back the way they were.

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The multichannel inputs bypass all of the Rotel's processing except the volume. Use the Front L and R.

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Try manipulating all controls and switches throughout their ranges many times and see what happens.

Check the heaphone jack. If it works so does the right amplifier. While you're at it, insert the headphone jack multiple times to cycle its contacts, too.

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if you say you checked the wireing ,did you check the speaker. disconnect on of the other speakers and connect up the center to see if you get sound. still no sound speakers bad. Got sound try unpluging unit for a couple of hours then try it again. still no center . Time for the repair shop. Good Luck

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