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The front speakers are too quiet

The front speakers are very quiet. My book says I should be able to adjust the volume of each speaker. According to the book I press "test tone" on the remote then MENU to adjust the sound level of each speaker. I can't seem to figure it out.

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Re: the front speakers are too quiet

Press SET UP :select NORM.SP then is select LARGE .that should do it

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