Question about NAD C320 2-Channel Amplifier
Hi I have expericed my amp overheat and switch off on two occasions when connecting it to a mixer. It plays ok for a couple of hours but then overheats.
It is connected to the same set of speakers (Yamaha) I have at home and I haven't experienced over heating at any time then.
Apologies for not putting any more specifics on the type and size of speakers. If you require this information please let me know and I will get the details.
You need to provide me the specs of your amp, your speakers. Impedance important. You are experiencing overload, overheating caused by overload. You have a wider frequency range using a mixer and that affects the output stage of your amp and can cause to fail.
I am from Yamaha service before and they have speakers that has 4-6Ohms impedance only. And you have to know your amp if capable of handling such low impedance. you may not have problem with the power but it should be impedance.
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