Question about Pioneer SX-205 Receiver
Check that the speaker wires are securely connected to the binding posts, and if you are using bare strand wire on them that there are no loose strands that can touch the chassis or other terminals or other wires.
Also check that your speakers are of a compatible Ohm rating for the unit. If you have any equalizer, tone controls or "bass boost" effects enabled, turn those off. They all require more amplifier power, thus possible overload can result.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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