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    BDP3200/12 audio problem when HOT

    BDP3200/12 connected to an old TV with a coposite cable (yellow,red and white), and connected to a Dolby sorround amplifier using the coaxial cable.
    As the temperature grow, the BDP3200 become HOT in the bottom part (if I touch I think it's 60°C) and after 1 hour of film the audio is missing, come back, miss again ... The same problem using BR/DVD/DVX source. No problem ti the video.
    Why is this so HOT? Should I use Coaxial OR analog audio? Should I use the optical cable to reduce temperature growth?

    Is it possible to have a inside picture of the BDP3200/12 just to understand what is the part becoming hot? Maybe is the audio chip or the alimentation section .. don't know until I don't open the player

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    To have temperature differences between different connections is not the case.

    Please keep in mind that it is important where you place the device, well ventilated and not squeezed into a cupboard where there is not a lo of ventilation.

    where is this one placed??

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    yes, agree with Oscar. Should allow some more space at the back and for the sides for ventilation.

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