Question about Yamaha RX-797 Receiver
The combined resistance of both pairs on at the same time causes more current to flow and so on loud music is likely to be making the Yamahas protection circuit trip out.
If you really need to use all 4 of these speakers consider wiring them up through a seperate swicth box that does it in 'series' rather than the 'parallel' method Yamaha use.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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