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Audio sound is very low

Hi i have LG DVD player. when i connected to my woofer system sound is very low(but woofer is working fine if i connected to other divices) i verified all settings.i am not sure what is the problem. can someone kindly assist me. Thanks and kind Regards bala.

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Re: Audio sound is very low

I have the same problem.if its on guarantee.get another one.simple

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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