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Damaged Denon AVR888 Due to Speaker Wire to Hereseys?


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I recently got back my Denon AVR 888 from the repair shop. They had to replace two power supplies. When asked my wife told them the Denon was driving my Heresey I's. They said it was posible that the 12 ga zip wire I was running to these "old" speakers resulted in the damage to the Denons power supplies. I find this hard to believe, bit thought I would ask people I trust before I set my system back up. I am running these as a true stereo system. Thanks in advance and sorry to bring up the dreaded "speaker wire" topic, but in this context maybe its relevant?

Tim Donovan

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I recently got back my Denon AVR 888 from the repair shop. They had to replace two power supplies. When asked my wife told them the Denon was driving my Heresey I's. They said it was posible that the 12 ga zip wire I was running to these "old" speakers resulted in the damage to the Denons power supplies. I find this hard to believe, bit thought I would ask people I trust before I set my system back up. I am running these as a true stereo system. Thanks in advance and sorry to bring up the dreaded "speaker wire" topic, but in this context maybe its relevant?

Tim Donovan

The reciever could only be hurt by the speaker or wire if there was a dead short somewhere on the wire.

Even then, it shouldn't fry the power supply [bs] [bs] [bs] [N][N][N]

Roger

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