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I hooked two Receivers up in series a Technics SA-DX930 and a different kind I'm not sure wut kind. They worked great for a while, but when they got turned up a little louder they both quit puting out sound. after looking at them I found that the Technics SA-DX930 worked only in the two surround sound speaker outputs when the receiver is set to surround sound and DSP. But the rest of the speaker outputs don't really work, other that if you turn the receiver all the way up and you get right next to the speaker, then you can very very very faintly hear the music. So faintly it is like it isn't even there. The display works and everything else works I am just stumped on what might be the problem.

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Anonymous

You blew your power amp board, you cannot hook them in series due to impediance matching and improper input levels, cheaper to replace reciever than the board

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

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