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Does anyone know why the Insignia NS-R2001 receiver shuts off around volume level 61 or or max even nothing it plugged in on the speaker connection? When I select the radio and have no speakers connected to the receiver and not cables also but it shuts off around 61 or max setting. When I select others like AUX1 or 2 it doesn't shut off even if the volume is set to max. I remember having a Sherwood RX-4109 receiver and it didn't do this. It is basicly not suppose to shut off since no speakers are attached to the receiver. But maybe the Insignia is made little different than the original RX-4109 from Sherwood.
post #2 of 5
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Actualy even on 60 it shuts off but just takes longer. Basicly 63 is the max so anwhere near it it shuts off even nothing is connected to the receiver just the power cord is connected so there is no sound so it should not shut off even at max.
post #3 of 5
how does it sound with speakers connected? this is really a non concern because... why would u want ur receiver on when u cant listen to it?
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unless your just curios
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
Well basicly I assumed that if no speakers are connected and it shuts off then when I play music it will shut off also. I know that the Sherwood receiver doesn't do that so I assumed that the Insignia one is made cheaper and it doesn't work well as the real Sherwood. But I did return that receiver since I didn't want to take a chance. I basicly instead got a Alesis Elevate 3 monitors and a Sony SA-W2500 subwoofer and it does sound great. The Alesis has a sub pre out so I can connect any subwoofer to the speakers and make it a 2.1 system.
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