Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a multi-room (outdoor speaker set) hooked up to my Marantz SR7400 driven by a Sonamp 2120T MKII. I recently moved and re-installed everything, including my outdoor speakers. The day it was first installed, the outdoor speakers worked but the Multi-Room system on the Marantz stayed on all the time--causing it to heat up. I was able to turn off the Multi-Room, but now when I turn it back on, the Sonamp won't kick on as it should--and so therefore no outdoor speakers. I believe I pressed some buttons accidently on the Marantz or the remote--and now the Sonamp doesn't get the audio signal from the CD line out and won't kick on. Do you have any suggestions?
A possible overheating on the device has cause the unit to malfunction. It's possible that because of that overheating on the unit some parts have given up, and broke.. This happen occured when overheating on the unit, and sometimes it may go to shut down and not powering on..
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
I would start over, unplug them and start over.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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