Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First, check the A/B speaker select switch on the front of the receiver and make sure A is on. It will light up on the display. If that is on and you still have no audio, make sure "Direct" is off. If it is off then connect a cd or dvd to the direct input on the jack panel in the rear and turn "direct" on. If you now have audio, your receiver has a bad chipset and needs repair. If it's still under warranty have it repaired, if not. Think long and hard over a replacement model. It's a 400 to 500 dollar repair. Hope that's not the case! Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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