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My RCA RT2770 has two problems. 1: The volume lowers itself. 2: Surrond sound is echoeing.

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You wanna try changing the mode of sound. And for the volume, try contacting RCA to figure that out. Could be interfeiring remote signals. Also, you can post a question, just like this, on their support website. Click Here for that website.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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I have a Question? does your rt2770 volume numbers go all the way from 0 minimum to 50 maximum, mine only goes to 41 and it does not say maximum?

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