Hi @flamini ,
Try disconnecting one speaker at a time (do this with the power Off) and then see if the noise disappears when the receiver is turned on again
Hi @flamini ,
I think that you may have accidentally blown the power transistors in the amp, possibly when you connected it up again. If you had the unit powered on when you were connecting the speakers again after you moved it, then perhaps a speaker lead may have s/c (short circuited) the output and blew the transistors before the protection relay could operate.
You'll have to open the unit (definitely with the power removed) and see if you can spot any damaged components.
Here is a link to the service manual for your receiver. It details how to dis-assemble the unit, has schematic drawings and board layouts as well as part numbers if you find the faulty parts and need to order replacements.
If you find this too daunting contact a reputable, professional electronics repair service, preferably audio repairs, and ask for a quote to repair the receiver.
What kind of receiver is it? It is probably a weak or faulty transistor. It need serviced.
- de electricdime
I have an Integra 70.2…9.2 channels.
I hooked up 5 speakers which I had…main front ones (2) and rear ones (2) and the center.
The receiver was on when I did that with a lower volume…didn’t know that I can damage a channel if the receiver is not off.
The center channel gives me a static noise !!!
Do you know if I should try to re connect the speakers with the receiver off…and the center channel noise will go off or for sure the channel is wrecked. Please let me know what to do. I will really appreciate your time and kindness to help me.
- de Luciano