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Have a pioneer VSX-D603S and just added bose 100 watt speakers. As i turn up the volume the speakers keep cutting out. Not very loud before it cuts out. What can I do?

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What model of Bose, how connected on what channels? Do you know the impedance? If they came from one of their all-in-one systems you're playing with fire (almost literally) mixing them with non-Bose amplifiers.

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