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Don't turn it up so loud. Or get a bigger subwoofer.
It's got a junk 6.5 inch speaker and the amp barely does 50 clean watts. Claims 167 Watts at 10% distortion - impossible when it is drawing 160. TOTAL BS. Drive it too hard and protection circuit will cut in and shut it down.
Hiya, sorry that will have to go in for repair as it sounds like it may be protecting. Could be something loose but that would be lucky. Suggest finding a electronics shop in area that can assist. Best of luck
your cooling fan is not engaging and coming on like its suppose to. One, the fan is probably burned out, which sucks because its low voltage and the only thing on the board that is low voltage. Two, there is a thermostat type component that tells the fan to start which HAS burned out and doesnt start the fan accordingly. If you look at the back fan and turn everything on you will see the fan either doesnt start or starts right as the relay trips turning the sound components off. If it starts at all your fans good.The thermostat component will need to be replace and I cant recommend a source. Just trying to explain the problem so you can look for the right repair. Hope it helps. I have one of these and have found this is the problem, but cant find the solution.
shut off audio system is performed to protect it from damage due to high current consumption or short circuit in speakers try to disconnect subwoofer first and check if it is ok. the problem in your subwoofer or its cord-change the cord and check if it is ok thats fine if not change subwoofer.do the previuos for all speaker one by one. if all above failed you must contact service center for help.
Yes, i had this same problem. If it was too loud, at level 37+, any loud boom would shut down the subwoofer, subsequently shutting down the speakers. As such, I figured it might have been the 8 pin dim cable, but that wasn't it. What solved the problem was lowerin the BASS level. Not the level on the subwoofer, but the actual BASS level. I had it at +10 (the max) and it was too much for the system to handle. I don't think I ever had it like that so I'm assuming someone, maybe my daughters, moved the settings. But anyway, moving the bass level back down to either 0 or +3 at most maintains the "boom" effect of the subwoofer minus the shutting off of the system.
I could either be the sub or the main unit. The main unit actually sends a signal to the sub to turn it on so if that circuit is bad in the main unit the sub is never going to come on. I've also seen bad cables (You'd be amazed at how stubborn people can be when din connectors don't cooperate).