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post #1 of 7 Old 03-28-2013, 06:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey guys I have a question about my Pioneer vsx-1015tx receiver.. When I play games I like to have the volume up loud, but lately it hasnt been letting me listen to it ad loud as I would prefer.. It goes fine for a minute and then when something loud happens in the game, it shuts off.. For instance, playing MLB 13, when I throw a strike the crowd roars and as soon as they roar my receiver shuts off.. Is there something I can do about this? Like I said, I really enjoy listening to my stuff loud,I want to feel like im right there, after all thats why I bought this receiver years ago! I also have a powered subwoofer, tried turning that off still the same result. Tried messing with the EQ, tried different surround modes, seems like the only one that doesnt shut off at a certain level is Stereo... The volume I prefer to listen at is loud but reasonable, im not going crazy cranking it up to plus20 or anything smile.gif Anyways, any help is very much appreciated!!
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Its not even that loud, when I go to other friends houses they can have it a lot louder with cheaper equipment..
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Could it have something to do with the speakers that are hooked up?? Advice needed please..
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Yeah, your speaker wires shorted somewhere. Try disconnect all wires on both ends and connect back one by one.
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Thank you very much!! Its been driving me crazy! I will try that right away..
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It worked! I knew it was something dumb like that, thanks for the help Foxbat..
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Don't feel dumb. We all have been there, done that. That's why I now use banana plugs exclusively.
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