I have klipsch reference speakers in 7.1 system, I have a pioneer 92 txh, currently i have been experimenting with sub placement. I have tried the trick where you put sub in listening position and walk around room and i didnt find good results my gut tells me to put in corner I have tried 4' inches from back and side and found pretty good results. I think i will put it 3" inches from back and side. My gain control is in the third notch position because if it is any higher the pionner doesnt accept it in calibration. i think im on right path. does anybody have any insight for me?
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You see, the error message is coming from the power protection circuit which is constantly monitoring current being drawn from the receiver power supply. When the current exceeds the trip level it shuts down and give the error message.
power amplifiers has been shorted and the output transistors (one or more) have gone into breakdown and causing the excessive current drain. This will happen even though the speakers may not be connected to the amp outputs.
With these it all depends on your budget. Some shops will let you try them out for the best results also. If you are in the UK have a word with the guys at Richer Sounds, they will sort you out. Elsewhere try and find a place that will let you try before you buy. After all it's all personal choice, your hearing isn't the same as me or anyone else's.
The link will take you too Richer if any good to you. http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/products/hi-fi-separates/accessories/hifi-interconnects
first make sure you have phonograph and everything else plugged in where it belongs. or better yet unplug everything and start over. plug in just one source or just use the tuner. make sure that the speaker wires are not shorting out on the back of the amp or at the speakers. if there is a speaker switch on the front (for speaker A or Speaker B) make sure speaker A is pressed in (if you hooked up Speaker A on the back (you may not necessarily have speaker switchs.) make sure when you try the tuner that it is tuned to a good solid station. If after all of the above it still doesn't work, maybe the move caused somthing to come loose inside
You do not mention if this is a Pioneer VSX type receiver or if it is a Stereo receiver. Assuming the first, you need to enable the Sub-out output. The Owners manual will show you how. Then you should connect from the Sub-out using a good quality RCA type sub specific if possible cable to your Klipsch Sub. Play with all the levels until you are satisfied. It will take some time to set up properly.
Hi I would suggest 40A (i know guys will disagree) but you shouldnt be running at full 50A. Fuse are often rate at 50% - 75% of the actual consumption. By the way, 8 guage @40A will give you about a 2% drop at 5 feet. Maybe consider heavier for 40A?? Just a suggestion
Thanks guys, but i solved my problem, i experimented and decided that i would run my DVD player (Aux Out) as a CD player through the Equaliser in [Rec] and from equaliser out [Play] i went into Tape Play on Amp, then i connected my Turntable CD Radio System to the Tape 1 Rec on Equaliser and then from Tape 1 Play on Equaliser went into the Tape 2 on AMP then i could use Aux in on Amp to connect my Laptop via my laptops headphone socket my laptop has an equaliser so i didn't need to connect to pioneer EQ, i also connected a small 5.1 to the DVD's 5.1 and connected 4 *45w Speakers to the AMP. and i can say it was FANTASTIC i couldn't get to 5 on my volume it was un @$#%believable.
"Where there's an In, there's an Out".
either your DSP output stage already damaged or maybe your speakers. have it both chekced for short. or worst both of them. DSP A1000 can drive as low a 4ohms on main channels but how is the power handling of your speakers? are you sure it has not exceeded the capacity of the speakers? or maybe you have over driven the speakers and they are still ok but your amp gut busted due to over drive. If the DSP amp is busted then it is due for replacement of power transistors and drivers. you can not disable the protection circuit. at least the design. it can be disabled by a tech person with a lot of modifications but i wont go for that or it can cause more damage to your equipments. i am from yamaha before and i have made conversions of protection circuits but it is too risky.