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Home theatrer dvd 6091 curtis

No volume control when only tv in use
works fine with dvd



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  • giggles1079 Feb 01, 2009

    the volume doesn't work when watching tv we started playing around with it and now we get volume when there is a dvd playing at the same time and you mute the dvd and the sound from the tv and the system have a delay so you here what they say twice so you have to mute the tv too

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