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100x5R resetting

Discussion in 'TAG McLaren Audio Owners' Forum' started by cj, Jul 13, 2004.

  1. cj

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    I've noticed this a couple of times - one of the 5 LEDs flashes and then the amp resets itself. It's the same LED each time. It doesn't happen a lot, and not even when I've been driving the amp very hard. Could this be a possible connection or speaker problem?

    Thanks,

    Colin
     
  2. babaroga

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    I had simillar problem originally.

    Make sure that you have 100x5r with latest firmware and same applies to av32r and the problem should go away...
     
  3. GrahamMG

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    It could be the amp protection circuit cutting in for various reasons, talk to the helpdesk......
    Checking the leads and plugs is a good idea in any case......
     
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    Upgrading to the latest software version for the 100x5R will improve the software protection circuit .

    However, as Grahame suggests, check out you cables and connections first.
     
  5. Laingy

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    Mine did it when pushing higher volume into one of the speakers, it turned out to be a slightly lose connection, adter resolving that it hasnt happened again.
     

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