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My jvc mx-d622t shelf stereo simply stopped working. No power at all , Course I do have 6 speakers hooked up to it, just added the third pair the day before it stopped working.

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Are these speakers compatible or are you just adding speakers because you have them hanging around?

If you have effectively less than 6 ohms of impedance on any channel you may run into problems and the unit may either die or protect itself by refusing to stay ON.

It's fairly obvious that if you do X and undesired Y happens you might want to UNdo X and rethink it.

Posted on May 29, 2010

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So true, if the unit is only designed to take 1 pair of speakers then 1 pair is all you hook up, no others, I have seen people destroy good amplifiers by daisy chaining more speakers together or adding more to the speaker connections on the amp, this results in in changing the output impedance and thus destroys the output transistors or amp module, never add any speakers more than what the unit is designed for

Posted on May 31, 2010

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