my warrior amplifier 1300watt that powered my speakers never ever went to max full up power ,if your familiar with this kind of amp i never ever turned the dials as far as the ten o clock position on the amplifier .i had all the dj equipment from new all at the same time and respect my equipment i.e i made sure all cross faders and volume/master sliders and amp dials were back to off position etc before killing or switching on power etc, i have really took care in this and also i have never let them out to anyone so i cant understand as they never even got into the blue light clipping on my amp
best regards again cheers for the input.mark
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In that case, you have a valid argument for a defect that has pre-maturely fried you speakers. You will need to talk to a manufacturer's rep about this. The local store will not have the authority to change the decision. Unfortunately because of the way the warranty stuff works, the local servicer's hands are tied a bit. You need to speak directly with the manufacturer.
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This is usually called "protect mode". See the link below for an explanation. If the unit remains in this condition even after disconnecting all speaker wires, it likely will require service. Please update this if you need further information.
Hello Sir, Hi, the amplifier best suited for it would be a Behringer also, the EP2500 would be a match, and the eurolive B815neo speakers, but this cost a lot, any amplifier and a corresponding speaker will do. for your electric guitars or acoustics the GTX30.
If you will use your 15" speakers, match it with a right amplifier, you did not mention its watts rating, If your speakers are 250 watts, then buy an amplifier slightly higher that 250 watt,
At this point, I would be looking at the main power suply for the final output stage. You may be attempting to drive the output with the driver section rather than the final amp stage. The center pin of the output transistors should have B+/B- on them. Measure that to ground and report the value here.
The output speaker relay is corroded a bit. The higher volume creates enough voltage to bridge the gap and make a good connection again. Some of these relays are sealed and can not be cleaned. The relay should cost around $10-$15 max.
I'm not sure what you are trying to accomplish here, but there are 2 types of crossovers. One is designed to handle full speaker power and is built into the speaker cabinet, the other is designed to split the frequencies PRIOR to amplification. Can you better describe what you are trying to do and the equipmetn you intend to use? That will allow me to detail the setup for you.
Since the unit recovers once it has powered down. I suspect that the internal protection circuit is kicking in. Check the wiring and be sure that there are no crossed wires anywhere. These amps are designed to work with 2 ohm loads and can take a direct short for a short period of time. If the wires appear ok, measure the speakers with an ohm meter. If the speakers are 4 ohm rated, they should measure just under 3 ohms with the meter, If they measure less than 2 ohms, there is a problem with the speakers.
Also, does the amp shutdown regardless of the volume level or just when played loud?