TX-NR616 blew Dayton Audio BS36 36" LCR Speaker Bar Black?
Any thought's on my question below greatly appreciated (I know the 616s are under new special warranty):
Question: Can a faulty 616 blow my Dayton Audio speaker bar? I never blast and rarely use the system.
I own a Dayton Audio speaker bar with 3 internal speaker pairs connected to the right, center, left audio outs of the 616.
1. Suddenly noticed recently no audio from the 616 through the Dayton Audio BS36 36".
2. Finagling with the 616 remote and switching it on and off, sound returns randomly but only in the center speaker pair on the bar.
Two days pass, switch on the 616 again no sound again. Also no network OR USB indicators on the 616 setup screen. Called support and confirmed the 616 is broken. I hang up and switch on the 616 and the sound is back again and again on the center internal speaker on the bar.
I decide to rotate the wires on the speaker and notice that ALL the 616 audio outputs are working and the SPEAKER's left and right pairs are in fact damaged somehow (to reiterate the 616's audio is randomly working properly at this point). So there are two broken items: the 616 and the Dayton Audio speaker bar.
BTW, both are under warranty so I can replace them.
Last edited by megabyzus; Yesterday at 08:38 PM.