Question about Denon AVR-1600 Receiver
I have removed the batteries from the remote control and no change.
One thing that may help you with the problem is to power the amp right down by disconnecting from the wall socket, and then power up again 30 mins later. This will allow for a complete reset of the microprocessor stages of the unit. Try this and let me know how you get on. If the problem does not go away, happy to talk to you more about it.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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Anything that has a headphone output can be adapted to feed an RCA cable pair for standard stereo to any audio device with a standard RCA input. Get a cable like the one described here:
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