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The sound on my sony amplifier sounds too low inside the speaker.

When you hear the music it sounds like it is inside the speaker and not
amplified like it should be. I need to press the right buttons in order to
make it soud right.
Thank You
I.Garcia

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    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    Do you have the owners manual?

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I had a similar problem with my STR-DB930 and I think it was solved by turning the speaker select knob on the front left hand side of the amp to "A" rather than "A+B". As I only have front speakers connected to the A terminals, not both A and B.

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Try getting the suround sound modes off and using straight stereo ,with no delays,or echos,

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