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Maximum Volume is set at 79 yet will max out at 60-65 depending on source, TV, Audio or DVD is anything wrong?

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Have you done the audessey setup or even changed the level calibration on your receiver? if so this would reduce the actual max volume on the receiver.

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Page 42 covers impedence settings. Check your impedence settings for your speakers. The 606 handles speakers from 4 to 16 ohms. There are two impedence settings on the 606 - 4 ohms and 6 ohms. Set to 4 ohms if your speakers are 4 ohms or more but less than 6 ohms. Set to 6 ohms if your speakers sit between 6 and 16 ohms. Incorrect settings can result in the 606 going into power protection after prolonged use or at higher volume.

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