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Hi I have just disconnected an old Video player and the DVD from the amp TX-SR606 and changed nothing else and now the sound is coming through the speakers like underwater and squeaky ???????????? Can anyone help please

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Sound like your audio signalcabel has a bad connection. Try another signal cabel.

What kind of device is the signal from?

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