Question about Harman Kardon AVR 25 MKII
Check the speaker 1/2 buttons that turn the speakers on and off, they have a habit of getting corroded. Click them in and out about 20 times each.
Play with the balance knob, run it side to side about 20 times. Turn the unit off and do the same with the volume knob.
Ensure mute is off.
Check that the tape monitor is off.
Check that you are on the correct input.
I cannot remember if the MK2 had pre-out to main-in bridges on the back, if it does make sure they are pluged in all the way.
Let me know if this helps,
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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