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Tuner Keeps Turning Off when a Loud Noise is Played

I have a Pioneer VSX-519V and have some Sony speakers hooked up as a 3:1 surround sound. My problem is that when my family and I watch a movie, our tuner shuts completely off after a loud noise is played. I have the Treble turned to its' lowest setting but still any loud noise just turns off the tuner. Could it be that my speakers cannot handle the tuner or what?

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It's a receiver, not a tuner.

Clearly something is overloading it or forcing it into self protection.

What else is drawing power from the same souce as the receiver, or from its convenience outlet. There IS a limit to how much current it will support.

Try checking the speaker connections and their impedance to make sure it's not unacceptably low.

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