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Sound cutting out

The sound coming out of the speakers suddenly cut out. Not entirely. You can still hear the music, only at a very low volume and with a very tinny sound. Any suggestions?

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  • zannos Dec 26, 2008

    I had the same problem and it was the Tape-2 Monitor was turned on. I just pushed the button and the music was blasting (I still had it cranked up from when I was testing it).

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Sounds like the tape monitor may be turned on. First place to check anyways. If it is not the problem, I am happy to talk more about it with you and do some more diagnoses.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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