I recently, a month ago, bought a Denon 2311 which is a great reciever. But it all startet two weeks after i got it. Playing stereo at higher columes levels makes it go into protection mode.
I have two Dali concept 8 speakers, i think they are 6 ohm.
At first i thought it was just me playing way too loud, but at a party i had recently it did it twice. And the volumes was way lower than with my older Denon 1803 which is supposed to be not as good as the 2311.
The light was flashing fast and i had a fan on the reciever everytime i was playing loud music and at the party.
two days ago i tried to fix the wires to see if anything was wrong but everything was at i wa supposed to be. So i tried to test the amplifier at around -10 db where it shut itself down. And it blew. Now its at the dealer who send it to a repair shop.
I just hope its not my fault that the amplifier blew up. I really thought it could withstand loud volumes without breaking. And my speakers, according to what im told, should be easy for the amplifier to play.
So my question is. What is an amplifier of this type able to pull ?
Do you think im goiing to pay for the repair
How come my old denon 1803 could play really loud and this cant, which specifications can one look at to determine how loud an amplifier can play ?
At last i have read your forum for a long time with great pleassure, and i thank you for your hard work