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Standby mode i have a rado km-856ce 5.1 channel amplifier. it does not have a remote and the amplifier is on standby mode. how can i swith it on withcout the remote. every thing is controlled by remote.

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  • Scott Frye
    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    Hi...

    Who makes the KM856?

    I might be able to help.

    Thanks


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SOURCE: my digital amplifier S-MASTER,mod HDC-SB300

hi,
may be ur amplifiers any of the output channel have some problem. that's why it goes off after power on, protecting ur speakers. disconnect all the speakers and inputs and then power on it if works check ur speakers and inputs. if not there is fault inside ur amplifier.
ok

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