Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 640A Amplifier
When i play any music at quite high volume it plashes 3 red dots and cuts out, the amp is hot but its not the warning for overheating. I originaly thought it was a problem with my amp but this is the second amp after getting the first one replaced. Could it be a problem with my speakers. They are correct power and ohms. Thanks K
Check operations manual for indications as you described. Amps MUST have adequate ventilation. Make sure unit is not in small, semi- closed space or on top of other warm equipment. Check for speaker impedences match that of amp
Posted on May 30, 2008
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