Question about Onkyo TX-SR502 Receiver
I banged my head against the wall on this same issue and finally realized that my rear surround speakers were mixed. My rear right was wired to rear left because I was turning around to see L and R. It would shut off at about volume level 40, which was loud but not rumbling. It now ROCKS and is in no way a problem with heat. I have always run it with the cabinet open to allow air to circulate.
Posted on May 30, 2008
You have to verify your connection cause if you are a short circuit in your different output or input the protection mode is on. it's an internal security
first disconnect all your output speakers, and restart your amplifier if the protection mode is on again try to disconnect all your input device and restart your amplifier, the protection mode should be off, so after connect one device after one to check who makes your protection mode on
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