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Can i bypass the protect on my receiver? - Aiwa AV-D67 Receiver

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Sure!... If you want to set the unit and your speakers on fire!
Recievers/amps have protection circuits to prevent pure DC voltage of the power supply from going unmodulated to your speaker(s) if the output transistors/ICs are shorted.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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