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Audio can't be heard

Audio so low I can't hear directions

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    no audio no matter what i try on modle str-v444es

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Thanks so much for your response to my problem. Last night for some unknown reason I couldn't get into the manual for my devise. This morning I got into it and found the other Volume control and discovered it had somehow gotten to 20% instead of 90-100%! I fixed that and am now set to go again! My "Car Butler" is talking to me loud and clear. Thanks again.
Lady Lou

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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