Question about Kenwood VR-406 Receiver
Had this problem before. there is some combination of settings that fixes the problem, can't remember it. Speaker wires are good, connections all good. i recall it having to do with manual versus auto setting.
This is a input mode problem, such as a analog or digital source input selection, if you are using a analog source and the receiver is in the digital input selection you will not pass the signal,and vice versa,
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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