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AIWA receiver Hi Vinnie I've got the same problem with my AIWA receiver (I can turn the volume up is about 19 on the dial before protection happens). Have you found the solution? Mail me please at vitarada@gmail.com Thanks in advance Victor

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This Protection activates if you hook up Unmatched Speakers i.e less or over impedance as required by Aiwa Amp. 2nd reason can be extra speakers attachment.

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Decibels correspond to the output voltage being sent to the speakers. In your case, the voltage is reached at -40dB is the threshold that causes whatever is happening to operate the receiver's protection circuit. You might have a bad speaker, with a voice coil that shorts at the higher voltage. Below that level it's okay, but at the magic point the insulation breaks down, and that's when the receiver sees trouble.

You might try connecting only one speaker at a time using a short length of wire other than your current ones. If the trouble occurs on one speaker only, you've found the culprit. If the receiver operates normally on each speaker, try reconnecting one speaker at a time to determine if one of the speaker wires may have a short somewhere. There might be a weak spot in the insulation, not causing any trouble until the voltage is high enough.

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Try the speaker test first. Then let a shop tackle the receiver if it looks like that's where the fault is. Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!

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