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No sound from speakers

I have no manuel, no remote. Do I need a remote to play my receiver, have a universal remote for tv-dvd-dbs/cable any posibility this could work with a receiver. my speakers are bose have kenwood cd and a kenwood cassett player that can be hooked up to receiver it I can get the sound going know its me doing something wrong What

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Check to make sure you have your speakers turned "ON" many amps have "A" and "B" speakers or 1 and 2 and then check the back to make sure no wires are touching and determine what output you are using for your speakers.... also you have to make sure that that corresponding button is depressed for those speakers.... also check you have the correct input selceted for your speakers and that no wires are crossed..... theres is probably notihng wrong with the speakers you just need to paly with your amp

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