Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When you turn up the volume, the amp works harder and generates more heat. There is a small transistor attached to the heat sink that detects the excessive heat and shuts down the amp before there is damage. There is a circuit inside that should detect the increased volume and turn on the fans. Either this detection circuit is defective or the fan driver transistor is defective. This unit may need to see a servicer. In the meantime, you can provide additional air flow to keep the heatsinks working efficiently. Realize that this is a short term "fix" and you should really get this repaired ASAP to prevent permanent damage to the amp components.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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