Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I've had my NAD T747 receiver for 2 weeks now and have been watching tv, DVDs and such for 2-3 hrs at a time with no problems. Last night after 2 hrs of watching tv (using the t747 for audio and video connected to HD cable box) at normal listening volumes, the receiver shutdown (tv and cable box were still powered on). I powered everything off and on again, and all was well for another hour, then the unit shutdown again. The t747 felt warm to the touch, but not excessively hot. The unit is in a stero cabinent with glass doors and only a small 4''' opening at the back for ventilation, and I do have my NAD DVD player sitting on top of the receiver
Is this the T747's way off protecting itself from overheating? ie., does the receiver have built-in circuitry to automatically shut down if it gets too warm? Or is this possibly a sign that something is wrong with the receiver?
Much thanks, Paul
Get a fan or do a re-stack...open the back of the e-center, Yes it will do a thermal shutdown... just like 3 mile island
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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