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The left output is mutch less volume than the richt channel, while the inputs L + R are equal. Its on all inputs even the radio.

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SOURCE: b&k avr 7 with SACD inputs needs independent tone equalization settings

For your stereo configuration, refer to the preamp they are connected to for tone controls.
For your center and surround channels, refer to the B&K setup menus for those controls.

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First isolate the problem. Does it occur with all inputs? If so, it is at a common stage after the input switch. Otherwise, it is before the input switch. 

Do you have  anything patched into the signal path between the pre-amp and amplifier, such as a recorder or equalizer? If so, bypass it or remove it and see if that solves the problem.

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STEREO/PARALLEL/BRIDGE switch
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