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I have a denon avr-1705 receiver which keeps shutting down and going into "standby" mode. I had the same issue with a yamaha rx-v590. I have a denon ipod plugged in and 4 speakers in to the "A" and 2 speakers for surround rears. what is causing these problems?

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In my opinion, 4 speakers in to the "A" is basic cause of problem for both receivers. There should be Two Speakers (R and L) in A-Speaker as per manufacturer recommendation with correct impedance like 6 or 8 ohms.
Putting extra speakers actually lower the impedance and final amplifier output section becomes hot due to consumption of more current and got problem/ damaged. For that reason, protection circuit got activated and shut down receiver instantly to avoid further damage until bad parts got replaced.
Both receivers/ amplifiers need visual check by technician to replace defective output transistors/ chips to fix the issue.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 30, 2010

  • phx_kevin Jul 30, 2010

    ok, thanks for the input. I am confused as to why the receivers have 2 separate Right and Left inputs, though. I switched half of the speakers to the "B" (and run them together with A) and have not yet experienced the same problem.

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    Shahid Electronics Jul 30, 2010

    ok, thanks for the input. I am confused as to why the receivers have 2
    separate Right and Left inputs, though. I switched half of the speakers
    to the "B" (and run them together with A) and have not yet experienced
    the same problem.
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    Left and Right are two channels for stereo amplifier, these are exact same but separate circuits in receiver to drive two speakers at a time for good sound quality.
    Speaker-A is for 2 speakers that calls main speakers and Speaker-B arrangement for another two but internal impedance matching system put left speakers and right speakers in series to avoid output amplifier overload and to protect them from over heat.



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