Question about Onkyo TX-SR601 Receiver
Why does my amp turn off at volume levels in the mid to high 60,s
First try unpluging it for an hour from the socket
2.if that doesnt work try toggling your eq button on the remote control trying it on then trying it off
3.if that does not work try with the cenima button on then try with it off
4. if that doesnt work try changing the cross over frequency to a lower output
5. if that doesnt work try lower the decibals going to each speaker if you follow this you should either fix the problem or increase the intravel time in it cutting off
Posted on May 07, 2008
You are either getting DC voltage leaking into the final amp stage or the unit is heating up and the temp sensor is shutting down the outputs. Without taking measurements, it will be hard to determine remotely. I would suggest a trip to the service shop. If you are getting DC voltage leakage, the parts cost will be arount $10 or so. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair cost.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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