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I have the SR6200 and I am finding I have to really crank the volume to get the same sound that I used to have on a lower volume setting----I have not changed anything---any ideas? This is occuring with the TV, DVD and tuner---

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Sounds like you have an issue with the cables/leads from the receiver to the other equipment? try buying a new set of cables and/or check that the pins/plugs are in correctly, they may have been disturbed? wiggle the plugs on the leads at the back of the receiver whilst it is playing music/tv and do the same to the rear of the dvd/tv/cable unit. if you get intermittent increase in the volume it is likely that the cable has a break in one of them? good luck

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