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Rx v2095 receiver - No sound from either front main speaker

Lately I've been having trouble hearing dialog on DD 5.1 shows/movies. I hear fine when I select "Effect Off" on the remote. As of a couple of days ago, though, when I select "Effect Off" I lose all sound all together.

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I have had similar problems on a Denon. I suspect your DSP needs repaired and/or replaced. Need to contact authorized Yamaha repair shop or a competent local repair facility. I have a Yamaha RX-V2092 which is similarly designed. I have had it for 10 years. Hope this helps.

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