Question about NAD Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: I have an av316 NAD,
Having the speaker wires hooked up backwords will not cause protect mode. If the wires were crossed (in other words shorted), that would. Disconnect all speaker wires, if the unit is still in protect mode, than the output transistors are probably shorted and the unit will again require service. Upon return from service, I would turn on the unit without speakers to insure that the unit at least works that far. Also, if you have an ohmmeter, measure across the speaker terminals. You should read either 3 or 6 ohms. If you read 0, the problem is a shorted speaker that then shorted the amp.
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Posted on Jan 21, 2009
try to calibrate the speakers from audessy rom menu,i did it and it lokes like it just needed to register all the channels,hope it helps.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Check the input mode on the reciever so that they are set for dual, rather than just digital or analog. It might be set for analog and your using a digital optical in cable. Also make sure DTS mode is turned off, unless your watching a DVD that is dts enabled.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
SOURCE: NAD T-763 receiver. cannot get
Have you looked at the manual? There is no internal source that would produce 7.1 audio other than the test tones. Attach a multichannel source according to ITS manual.
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Posted on Apr 20, 2011
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