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Why does my tuner shut off when the volume is turned up to 40?

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Does it turn off and then back on repeatedly at higher volumes? if you back the bass off will it allow you to turn it higher? if so i would think your impedance is off causing the amp to overheat or the power requirements for your speakers are way higher than your amp can produce

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