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Volume problem with surround sound

Problem with volume. Even when we have the volume as high as it can go it is barely audiable.

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  • oddballkelly Oct 10, 2008

    I have the same problem.. I suspect it may be software related. I have
    tried the reset to default from the Setup menu, but it doesn't reset
    everything, as my radio stations are still there. Does anyone know the
    code to reset it to the as-delivered condition?


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I tore mine apart, and the problem seems to be with the power supply in the sub-woofer-instead of 36 Volts, it it producing 2.6V. I'm having a friend have a look at the supply.

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