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post #11 of 14 Old 01-28-14, 09:34 AM
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Re: denon avr 4311 update issue

That is what I was alluding to as well, although that is the great unknown. I wonder if listening quieter, using less power so to speak would make a difference or does it even matter ??

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aha...got ya...I must have skipped over that part the first read...lol. I'm wondering if the OP's speakers may be too low of an impedance and is causing the shut down then.
Well, my SVS M 01 series are all 8ohms impedance. I was listening in at movie volume like 70 (0-98 scale) I should have started a separate thread on this although Denon and Marantz are from the same stable. Perhaps then more Shaksters would know of this. I have reset the microprocessor for what it is worth. Also put a cooling fan nearby. Just some common sense solutions that came to my head.
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Well, my SVS M 01 series are all 8ohms impedance. I was listening in at movie volume like 70 (0-98 scale) I should have started a separate thread on this although Denon and Marantz are from the same stable. Perhaps then more Shaksters would know of this. I have reset the microprocessor for what it is worth. Also put a cooling fan nearby. Just some common sense solutions that came to my head. Thanks

Speakers rarely are just 8ohms, they can vary wildly. Some go as low as 1 or 2 ohms depending on frequency. Also those speakers are not overly efficient so it will take more power to drive them.

So I am not sure how loud 70 is really in your situation do you have a decibel meter ?

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Speakers rarely are just 8ohms, they can vary wildly. Some go as low as 1 or 2 ohms depending on frequency. Also those speakers are not overly efficient so it will take more power to drive them. So I am not sure how loud 70 is really in your situation do you have a decibel meter ?
I have a db meter in my iPhone. At 70 vol it is 85-90 db. I only see movies at this audio level. And SVS. Speaker gives 8ohms in the accompanying papers/cd with the speaker
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