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Re: How to install KLH asw10-20 to a 7.2 receiver
Yes, the 10-120 can use a L & R low level subwoofer input. You can get a short 6" RCA splitter adapter from Radio Shack for a under $10. (1 female input, 2 male outputs) Alternately, just plug the subwoofer output on your receiver to just the low level R channel on the KLH sub.
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Low level inputs are designed to take signals directly from an amplifier's "sub out" connections. That way the KLH amplifier will use those signals to produce sound and the volume can be balanced between the main amplifier and the sub amplifier using the sub's volume controls. Depending on your amplifier and sub, that is the best way to connect them. However, be careful running the RCA cables since the low levels are more subject to interference. Keep the runs as short as possible and use high quality shielded cables for the interconnects.
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From your description you have bad connections on the display board, or intermittent power feed from the main board, it will take somebody that is handy with a soldering iron or a professional to check it out.
See if you can spot a pattern to the failures. I suspect that it is heat related. In the time that the unit ran all day, I suspect that the volume level was lower. Am I correct? If so, then either there are poor solder connections which are being effected by heat or there is a part that is defective. Are there any other symptoms or does the unit just shut off? If you attempt to turn it on, will it play for a while? If you can solder, look for solder connections that look grainy or have rings and resolder them.