Question about Kenwood VR-407 Receiver
Check that the tape monitor or tape2 is not on this is the case 90% of the time. Also check that the speakers A or B are selected. Be sure to turn the volume down first or you might damage the receiver or speakers.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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Volume/Mute Indicator: This
indicator will glow green when the
HK3270 is turned on. Its position
will enable you to judge the relative
volume of the unit even when the
speakers are muted or turned off.
When the indicator is pointing
towards the left, at an "8 o'clock"
position, the volume is low; when
it is pointing to the right, as in a
"3 o'clock" position, the volume is
loud. When the unit has been muted,
pressing the Mute button ïâthe
indicator will flash
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