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No sound from denon 3808.

Someone hit a button and now I have no sound. I have a picture though. The multi light is on in the top right corner with -32.0 next to it.

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  • pinhole Nov 14, 2007

    My system lost audio intermitently on the dvd only, similar to dirty disk, but cleaning didn't help, and then lost all audio

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    no output and the speaker is good

  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2009

    no audio . not in head phones either..but everything lights up fine



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If you mean by "the multi light" that the MULTEQ XT indicator is on, the AUDYSSEY Room Equilizer is selected. Press the ROOM EQ button (on the main unit) or EQ (on the remote), cycle through the choices and set the equilizer to OFF. A level of -32.0 db in the Master Volume Indicator (top right) is pretty low and the sound may be inaudible in your setup.

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