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SA AK200 does not appear to turn off completely

When I turn the system off it says goodbye, in a few seconds it clicks and the display read hello and starts running Heavy, Vocal, etc.???

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Hello,
HiFi system actually turned Off when you press power button and display of hello, heavy, vocal etc is demo mode of this system and it activates when unit goes to power off.
You can change its settings like not to show demo mode etc and this procedure is described in owner's manual.
Thank you.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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Regards, Joel

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