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An i-pod provides a standard headphone level output. The AVR-1803 has nine RCA stereo inputs that will accept the signal from the i-pod. You need a 3.5mm stereo TRS plug on one end and two RCA plugs on the other end to connect your i-pod to your amplifier. Note: Be careful to select a 3.5 mm plug that has a slim enough plastic moulding to fit into the i-pod headphone output. On your amplifier you simply select the analogue input that you have chosen to use. Be careful of levels when you are setting up. Set the volume of your i-pod to about 50% and set the input sensitivity to zero, press play on your i-pod and gradually increase the gain on your amplifier input. Hope this helps, Don.
Hi, As you stated technics SH-EH550 UNIT can be replaced with SH-EH750 unit , Since this unit has the main power Amplifier with suround sound functions in it,you do not need the other units unless you do not plan to use..
Hope this helps!..if more help requires pls let me know.
hi there i have had this problem with technics amplifiers generally with them it was negative and positive mix up between input terminals for the speakers or in other case's running the amp with 2 many speakers.
eg. having 2 speakers Bi wired into 1 input making a 6.1 receiver into a 12.1 which makes the amp struggle causing overload or the worst case is a power unit problem.
These units are designed to only run the fan when necessary. If the unit is overheating, there is a problem in the detection circuit. This is a relatively inexpensive repair. If you are getting overheating when running at a low volume, it suggests that the speakers are not matched to the amp. In other words, the amp is expecting an 8 ohm load and is being presented a lower ohm load. This makes the amp work harder and generates more heat. Check the speaker wires and make sure that they are not frayed or crossing in any manner. Also, verify that the rating of the speakers is correct.