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KAM kcdj110 Cd dj deck. Problem. When turned on does play for sort while and then cuts out, looks like its trying to re boot, or has a power loss, then it wont open the cd tray, and needs to be turned off to repeat the symptoms.

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I have the kam kcdj110 and i have the same problem with it heres a solution its like the cd deck goes intwo sleep mode wen your not interacting wit it but wen i keep use of it its fine

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Your Receiver or Amplifier has a "scale" showing relative volume. Distortion always increases in speakers and amplifiers when you turn them up. If the sound is getting extremely distorted, the Receiver is attempting to operate above it's maximum output. The scale is an average, but because music recordings are often mastered at different levels, "80" may be too much. When an amplifier section of a receiver is over driven, the distortion (which you observed) will damage or burn out your speakers. Most likely the tweeter (high frequency speaker)
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What happens is that the listener and often the engineer running the sound board at a concert thinks the sound is not loud enough (when the audience is happy with the level) and turns it up. After turning it up, his mind (and the audiences') turns it down and then he thinks it not loud and then again turns it up. And up. And up. The only reason I'm not deaf is that I discovered this when I was building sound systems as a kid. I also studied about it. So please be careful when you play things loud. Permanent hearing loss starts to occur at the very high frequencies and rolls down from there over a period of time. Hearing loss can start to occur in just a few hours.
at 110 decibels. It doesn't come back. If you understand this, you'll keep your hearing.
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FIRST turn the power off to the unit.

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