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Denon AVR3802 AV Receiver - voice quiet, background noise loud

Denon AVR3802 AV Receiver - voice very quiet and background noise very loud

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Hi, Check that you do not have a Tape Monitor switched on. That would provide the symptoms you are having, if it does not appear to be that, get back to me here and we shall investigate further.

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Graeme

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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