Question about Denon AVR-1708 Receiver
7 out of 10 the heat sinks are to small for the unit in a tight dash...Sony does the same ...I had one and make shure all speakers are in fase...+on+..- on -
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Make sure all speakers that are hooked up sound ok. If any of them sound lower then the others or sound distorted you may have a speaker with a partially shorted voice coil. If speaker or speakers pop when power is first applied you may have a grounded speaker that should not be grounded. Each speaker wire rides on 6vdc and if any speaker sees a ground you will have 6v across voice coil which would explain any popping noise when first turned on and radio may play for awhile then overheat. be sure speakers are 4 ohm min per ch otherwise amp will run to hot. Just a few Guesses
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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