Question about Philips LX700 System
I connected optical source toslink to lx700 input and have no sound. When increasing or decreasing lx700 volume sound goes up for a moment and then disappears. Coaxial SPDIF connection works fine. Whether it may be the cable issue or something else? The cable was tested on Yamaha receiver at the shop and worked well.
Press the system key on the remote,
find the digital input option,
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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