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    need to no where i can get it fixed!

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Look in your local yellow pages for stores that SELL electronics. Most of them will know where you can send it for service.

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Hi George,

I think I'd be looking more closely at the AC / DC section of power supply end of things. Six amps at 120V is about 700 watts and is more than any single channel of the amp. Look at the rectifier for burnt diodes, filter caps for bulging / leaking / etc. Something trying to draw 700W is likely to be a larger component - so I'd look there.

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The click you hear is the relays switching on the power amp outputs after the amp has successfully run its self diagnosis routine.

The Pioneer Sx315 is a very basic receiver. It does not have 12V switching relays for customer use. You need a higher priced model for that.

Sorry, but your question isn't phrased very clearly. Please can you explain what you want to achieve and the makes and models of the other equipment involved.

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"im no proffetional at this". Really?

If you looked at the manuals for either product you would NEVER find a recommendation to use one amplifier's speaker input to drive the LINE LEVEL (very small) input on another amplifier. Speaker outputs are for driving speakers or amplifiers designed to accept speaker-level input (like some self-powered subwoofers). In no case is the power of the originating amplifer BOOSTING the power of the driven one.

You should do some reading on how amplifiers work before you blow something up and come asking for advice on how to resolve it.

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I think you're trying to say you want to know where to extract the front channels from the Denon to feed the AR amp. Right?

That would be an output on the Denon to an input on the AR.

Basically, take an RCA cable pair from the Denon's Pre Out F & L and connect them to the (presumed) L & R inputs on the unnamed amp.

Set the AR amp at a reasonably high volume (if it has a volume knob) and leave it alone. Run through the speaker level adjustments on the Denon to match the Front to everything else and it will control the volume going forward.

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Your unit was probably damaged in shipping. Denon is a nice unit! Do you hear any clicks when you hit the power button??? You should hear two relay clicks. You should hear the power relay click at power on and 3 to 5 seconds later you should hear the speaker protection relay click if your audio amp section is ok. If you hear both relays click then your display circuit is at fault. Open the unit and look for breaks on the front pcb (behind the display) and on the main board in the power section ( where the fuses are ).
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