recever cuting out

goingganzogoingganzo Posts: 2,797
edited July 2002 in Electronics
i have this old sony i use as a amp it is a older pro lofic and all it has is pro logic and it was befor they gave all chanels the same power the mains have 100wpc and all the rest have 25wpc
it is overheating i think with sends it into protecton it is about 8 years old any one know what i can do to fix the problem?
Gonzo's World
BenQ 8700+
115in screen
PS3,X-Box 360 and Wii
Sunfire Theater Grand III
ADCOM GFA-7607
four avalanch 18 subs 26.12l of displacement
Crown xti 4000
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  • mantismantis Posts: 15,407
    edited July 2002
    You might be running it with speaker's with a low Impedence like 4 ohms.
    You could not be properly venting the unit...heat kills.
    It could just be on it's way out,electroincs don't last forever.

    You could have given it a dust fur coat...meraning it's clogged with dust.

    Many many things my man..take it to your local repair shop if you want to keep it.
    Or better yeat put it to the curb and look into a newer unit.
    Dan
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
  • goingganzogoingganzo Posts: 2,797
    edited July 2002
    it drives the fx 500i i think it is getting old i might crack the case and try and fix it but i hate fixing things with out schimatics
    Gonzo's World
    BenQ 8700+
    115in screen
    PS3,X-Box 360 and Wii
    Sunfire Theater Grand III
    ADCOM GFA-7607
    four avalanch 18 subs 26.12l of displacement
    Crown xti 4000
  • goingganzogoingganzo Posts: 2,797
    edited July 2002
    it drives the fx 500i i think it is getting old i might crack the case and try and fix it but i hate fixing things with out schimatics
    any one know if the onkyo 787 will drive a 4 ohm load?
    Gonzo's World
    BenQ 8700+
    115in screen
    PS3,X-Box 360 and Wii
    Sunfire Theater Grand III
    ADCOM GFA-7607
    four avalanch 18 subs 26.12l of displacement
    Crown xti 4000
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