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I have an onyko receiver tx ds 575 the sound from my tv to receiver to speaker is very low can't figure out why need help thanks

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Have you ckeck the tv config??

sometimes u need to select in the tv menu, in audio option to have continue output, otherwise when you turn the volume up in the tv the amplifiers sounds more, have you try this??

or check the cable maybe is damaged.

Good Luck

Posted on Jan 25, 2009


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