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Audio problem sound is not coming from front panel. all the wires are properly connected.

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Here is a copy of the manual

here is the section on front audio output/input

audio problem - a98e426.jpg I hope this information helps

Posted on Nov 15, 2007

  • Gareth Cockram
    Gareth Cockram Dec 18, 2007

    not sure that this is inappropriate information.



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