Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You have overloaded it. Check your wiring to make sure you are not shorting anything out. Check your speakers' ratings and make sure they are not less than 8 OHMS or reduce total number or speakers being driven. A 500 Watt receiver should easily drive 6 80-100 WATT peak speakers @ 8 OHMS.
Speakers with less resistance (6 ohms and lower) require more power to drive and therefore increase the load on the amp, which puts it into PROTECT mode so you don't blow the circuitry. Do not drive a subwoofer with the same amp as the main speakers. Be sure you are using home audio and not car audio speakers. Use larger speaker wire (16 gauge or lower).
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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