Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a harmon kardon AVR 325 and for some reason it will just turn off during exciting areas of movies and TV. For example, whenever there are a lot of explosions and stuff the sound will just turn off. The volume isn't even all that high, so I don't know what could be causing this. Any suggestions?
i have the exact same problem, different model, but the same none the less. all wires and cables are connected correctly and are not grounded or touching eachother or anything like that. listening to music on the dvd player works fine in both stereo and all surrounds modes. watching movies it shuts off usually durring exciting parts but sometimes it shuts off in other parts. what is going on???
Check the wattage of the speakers, they could be drawing too many watts from your amplifier, if you plug in a speaker that's more than the channel, it could harm your amp.
for example a 200 watt stereo, with 4 channels that equals 50 watts per speaker.
Hope this helps you out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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