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Dsd 1132 has no sound

Decoder has no sound from both RCA and RF out

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SOURCE: My decoder - dsd 1131

Don't worry about it. You have mistakenly pressed Shift + exit. What you need to do is to press Shift + i. What you have done is used by the people using two decoder. They use it to switch between the two decoders.

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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