Need help on Sony DN850

Kavin_mx

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Hey Guys, I have matched Sony DN850 with the Energy take classic 5.1
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The problem is, If I try to crank up the volume and let it play for say like 30mins the reciever kind of like crashes and there is no sound. But if i restart it, it works fine.
This happens only if i turn up the volume or use My Air Conditioner while the reciever is on.
Its been months for finding out what the problem is... Plz help me... Thanks
 
Sounds like the receiver is going into protection.
This could be due to overheating / running out of power (when playing loud) or the AC voltage dropping (when the AC is on).
You can try making sure that the receiver is well ventilated and using a fan to keep the receiver cool.
If you can put the AC on another circuit breaker than might help. Low AC voltage would cause the receiver to shut down when you crank it up. You can measure your AC line voltage with a multimeter. Not an expensive tool.
 
Sounds like the receiver is going into protection.
This could be due to overheating / running out of power (when playing loud) or the AC voltage dropping (when the AC is on).
You can try making sure that the receiver is well ventilated and using a fan to keep the receiver cool.
If you can put the AC on another circuit breaker than might help. Low AC voltage would cause the receiver to shut down when you crank it up. You can measure your AC line voltage with a multimeter. Not an expensive tool.
 

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