Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When i plug them in the sound still comes through the speakers and i dont seem to be able to turn them off,there are 2 bttons for speakers a and b but thy dont seem to do anythng...
If you turn speakers A and B off together, there should be no sound coming out from your speakers(be sure that you do not have the amp operating in surroundmode.). The headphone cct in this amp is not affected by speaker switching and remains on all the time. v
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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