Question about Denon Audio Players & Recorders
My Denon AVR-1200 Receiver stopped working after I determined that one of the speaker wires were crossed (they wires had been pulled accidentally from the speaker and were touching together). A burnt plastic smell appeared and the receiver stopped working, it just flashed PROTECTION and was rather overheated. I tried unplugging everything and cooling it down and tried reseting it, but nothing. I looked for blown caps or other obvious visual problems but nothing. Is it something that is easily fixable or worth getting fixed? This is the first problem in 11 years, it worked flawlessly throghout.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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and I'd evaluate the speaker load you're presenting to make sure it's effectively higher than 6-0hms per speaker channel.
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