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It is probablly going into a protect mode. Continued trials MAY cause further damage to the electronics.

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sounds like your internal protection is being activated. either your speakers are connected wrong, or you have the volume up to loud, or there is something wrong in the unit itself and it should be fixed by someone who knows electronics

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