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peter preston Posted on Jan 12, 2007
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Panasonic I have a Panasonic 6.1 receiver. sa 200 i have connected various speakers to it in the proper manner. I have a Kef centre speaker. wharfedale front r + l but they are different ohm set up. Is this a problem for my receiver, i also cannot seem to get any sub out volume. i have sent the sw signal to max. Is it possible i have loaded my receiver too much with my varied ohm requests from speakers.

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Because you have connected speakers that are not the same ohm you had damaged the output transistor or IC of your set, you have to get it replace and get the right the speaker

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