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Reset the receiver by pressing both the input selector and the power off button at the same time .. it works perfect....

Posted on Aug 10, 2016

The source volume is too high or output from source is too powerful or the receiver is damaged. Try turning the volume down on the source device (cd player/dvd/satellite receiver etc) and recover the overall volume by turning the amp up. Also if the source device has any tone controls, return them to a flat setting, again using the amp to recover the sound richness.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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