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No sound from Insignia surround sound receiver from all inputs

My Insignia surround sound receiver has no audio. The built-in DVD player works fine, but there is no sound with it or with the AM/FM tuner.

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  • mlhum Feb 14, 2009

    I have a Philips DFR1500 DVD/CD Player - Digital AV Surround Sound Receiver that has no sound coming from any of the speakers, any suggestions? Other than that the receiver works great!

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    I was adjusting the bass on my insignia reciever, and the sound just went away. It was working fine for the last couple days it has been hooked up since we moved, and if i turn the volume up all the way I can faintly hear the sound. I tried unplugging it, but that didnt seem to reset anything. I tried all different "surround sound" options, and turning on/off the speakers. 

  • ccrane21 Apr 15, 2009

    no sound from any speakers. they do pop when you first hook them up.

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