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Hi, i have a kenwood VR-407 and can't get audio..

Can't get sound from tv through my receiver?

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You haven't really given any details as to your connections. This would help greatly in troubleshooting I am currently using my TV and DVD trhough my VR-407 with no problems. so.....
More info please :)

Posted on May 22, 2009

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