Question about Teac Reference DR-H300
This is a good indication that the amp is geneating too much heat. There are protection circuits inside that will shutdown the amp if it gets too hot. You will need to determine what is causing the excessive load on the amp to make it generate that heat. Look for crossed wires or problems in the speakers. This amp is designed for 4 ohms (I think) and a load less than that will still work, but cause the amp to work harder and generate excessive heat.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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