Question about Audio Players & Recorders
More than likely the voice coil on the speaker or possibly the copper wires to the voice coil are touching.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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If your speakers are wired for an impedance below 4 ohms mono or 2 ohms stereo, that would make it shut off. If you have a speaker wire shorted to ground, it would also cause the amp to go into protection.
If the speakers are not the problem, it may be shutting down because the voltage at the amp is dropping too low.
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