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Volumne control When I adjust the volumne It becomes audible around 40 and then gets louder. when turning the volumne goes away at about 40. When I first set the unit up you would begin hearing the volumne at about 15 or so and then continue to get louder. Not sure what I changed to cause it. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi BCDC

Have you checked that the mute function has not been turned on. It provides a -50dB reduction in audio that may be producing you drama.

regards
Graeme

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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