Question about Yamaha HTR-5790 Receiver
Protection mode is there to prevent your receiver from overheating to the point of failure. Try this. Make sure it is ventilated real well. Put it by itself. Don't stack anything on top of it. Even if it has a fan I us a little fan behind my receiver to circulate that warm air off of it. This works real well. Make sure your receiver is setting on a nice hard surface too. Not carpet or anything shaggy like that. Receivers and amplifiers will go into protect if they are rode real hard. Keeping it as cool as you can will minimize this. You can also turn the bass and or gain down on it a bit every now and again to help it cool a little bit. That receiver has final transistors in it that get war as power increases along with the time it is increased. Keep it cool and your it will stay out of protection mode.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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