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Posted by BeatleFred on October 10, 2004 at 00:24:38:

In Reply to: SANSUI AU-D11II INTEGRATED AMP: 'PROTECTOR' FEATURE posted by Gavin Wilks on October 09, 2004 at 14:54:01:

Hello Gav:

Well, the first thing that comes to my mind is: Did the Ebay seller mention anything in his ad description that there was a problem with the protector being activated? What is the background history of the amp you bought - is the amp all-original according to the seller, or was it ever repaired or had parts replaced? -> The seller should make these things clear to you, since you are the buyer.

As far as the speakers go, Sansui speakers are known to be very efficient, thus, using two pairs of them simultaneously should not present any problems in terms of the speakers presenting too low of an impedance to the amp.

It seems to me that the D11 II and the Sansui AU-G models do seem prone to the flashing protector problem, as Ive heard of other people having the same dilemna- in fact, I bought a D11 II earlier this year and its in the repair shop for the same problem. The repair shop person has been trying to fix the amp to as close to 100% as possible for several months, but so far, he tells me that he is still trying to get it right, and I have been waiting quite a while to get the amp back.

How does the D11 II behave if you just connect 1 pair of speakers to it?


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