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TUNER IS ONLY THING THAT WORKS. CANNOT HEAR ITUNE SONGS AT ALL USING OPTICAL CONNECTION

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  • ERIC GSCHLIFFNER Apr 30, 2010

    speakers are working, i reset receiver to factory specs conected it to my computer using an optical port...only the radio works

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Make sure that you're connection are concurant with the selection on the tuner, i.e. auxilary etc.

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Dear Gschl...!
First check your speaker, are they working fine.
Put your tuner to factory or default settings. by doing this if you have accidentally selected wrong option, then that effect will be nullified. And you will be come to know that the problem is either of software or Hardware
Alternatively.... Since tuner is working, therefore it seems that their is a problem with speaker. check the wiring of the speakers..

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