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Lost Remote I lost my remote and my sound is stuck on the 3 channel pcm setting. Is there any way to change the sound settings without the remote control? I have had no luck in my trys so far. I'd love to get it to matrix or any of the other prologic settings. I really don't need a new remote otherwise.

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  • tracyadams Feb 03, 2008

    Thanx. I figured that was the case. Guess I'll search the couch first.

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Nope u do need remote for that u can get one at

http://www.replacementremotes.com/store/index.cfm
here or http://www.remotecentral.com/ here thx nick helpap thx for using fix ya

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  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2016

    Hi I had a similar problem on my HT462. If you press the Play button in the front panel for about 10 seconds the LCD starts to scroll through the options

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