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Check it without speaker connection. If the set does not go to protection mode, check all the speakers by connecting one by one at a time and switch the set ON; to find the faulty speaker. If the set goes to protection mode even no speaker connected, check and replace damaged components at its audio output section circuit. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Open the unit and inspect for cold solder connections. Use a non-conductive tool to poke the circuit board for the bad connection. Please keep in mind that when you do this, the unit has to be powered up - be cautious of the live circuit.
Hello, it is worth checking that there is adequate ventillation around the unit, especially if it is in a cabinet. Also check that there is no dust clogging the vents on the unit. Another cause for overheating is using speakers that require far more power than your receiver can provide, or speakers with an ohm rating that is lower than the amplifier provides. Also, check to see if any wires to the speakers are crossing over as shorting will cause the amplifier to overheat and cut out. Hope this helps.
If there is a real failure in the Sub Output it would indeed be unusual. I'd still sift carefully through all of the settings. The Sub Out is very likely to be its own unique channel so I would try something that bypasses multichannel decoding entirely, like plug in something low-bass-rich to the Subwoofer (IN) at the External Decoder area on the left rear of the unit. Press Ext. Decoder and see what comes out of the Sub output. This bypasses all DSP and could prove if the Sub Out really does work.
Does it not work in speaker level setup either? That at least would eliminate any source issues.
hello i think the question is how to connect two equipment (dvd and directv) your tv has video 1 video2 aux, put one at any input and the sounds out from tv go to receiver inputs,this way you listen what is on tv in your amplifier....................saludos
THE SPEAKER WIRES ARE REVERSED.... On the receiver the red side is always positive and black is always negative.
change + to - or
change - to + on one or more speakers.
positive side--------------------negative side
red --------------------------------black wire
gold wirew/silver--------------silver wirew/gold
white lined----------------------non-white lined
Disconnect all your speakers from the receiver. Turn the power on, and see if it stays on. If the unit shuts off with all the speakers disconnected, then you most likely have a faulty unit, and it will need to be repaired or replaced.
If the unit stays on with all the speakers disconnected, then you most likely have a bad speaker or a bad connection with the speaker wire.
Starting with one speaker, hook it up, and turn the unit on, and again see if the unit stays on, or if it shuts off. Do this until the unit shuts off when you connect a speaker.
Then disconnect all the other speakers, and leave the suspect speaker attached. Again, try to power up the unit. If it fails with that speaker attached, but works when it is not attached, then that speaker is your problem.