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Plug in reciever and it shuts down nothing hooked up into it yet

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Have seen regulated voltages drop a volt on two causing this problem . the regulator with the low output needs changing. Voltages can be checked pretty easy at the one large connector coming from the regulator sectionto the dsp board.

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Evet time i hook my 1200 watt power acoustik and turn it up it cuts off


Usally When something like this occurs its because the amp cant handle the reciever. Meaning the reciever is pushing out more than what the amp can handle. As a safty feature to save you from blowing your amp or speakers the amp will shut it self down to minimum as you described. This also occurs when the amp over heats or doesnt have enough ventalation and once again as a safty feature to save your amp it shuts down. My first suggestion is to turn the "Loud ON" mode off on your reciever. As this feature can blow your speakers and can also cause this problem. Also do not use any factory settings on your reciever. It is almost always the bass in any given system that causes this so turn the bass down some on your reciever or on your amp turn it down and then adjust up and down from the reciever. Im sure you probably like the bump bump bump, I do to but your going to have to eiather buy an amp that can handle what your reciever is pushing, or turn it down a bit. You should also check the fuses for not only your amp but for the system under the hood near the battery. My own personal experience I have blown fuses when the system shuts down. Hope this helps

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Hello,
It sounds like either your speakers are too large for the receiver to power, or the way that the speakers are hooked up is incorrect. I would need some more information to be able to better determine where the issue is.

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Hi,

Try less speakers.
The impedance will be to low for this amp.

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May I ask how many watts can your reciever handle ? And how many watts does your speakers need in order to be powered up (input). The two speakers you have installed might be too powerful for your reciever to handle. You might have to down grade to less powered speakers. All in all you have an excellent product there good choice...

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I still am unclear as to your hook up but lets try this, if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the TV audio and video and a audio cord from the tv monitor out to an input on the reciever, this way you should hear the sound at the tv and reciever.
However if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the reciever first audio and video connections made at the reciever you should just have a video cord fromthe monitor out of the reciever to the tv and your audio will come from the reciever

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Sure just be carefull how much power you put into them!
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get another speaher wire two wires are touching making ti go into protect mode..

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