Question about Technics SC-DV290 System
Most likely there is an Ohm Resistance difference between the speakers and what the receiver support. Look at the back of the speakers to see what they are, and look at the back of the receiver and see what it supports. When a receiver is powering a speaker of different ohms, it will do exactly as you described because of Amp confusion. If you really want to use these speakers, there is probably something you can buy at radio shack to put in between the receiver and speakers to lower ohms if speakers are too high rated.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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