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No sound everything is hooked up properly, all switches are set correctly, but still no sound. have 2 blinking red lights on speaker display on monitor.

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  • Anonymous May 31, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.... EVERYTHING WAS WORKING FINE, THEN QUIT. I HAVE THE TWO TOP LIGHTS BLINKING ON THE DISPLAY WITH NO VOLUME OUTPUT AT ANY OF THE SPEAKERS. I HAVE DISCONNECTED, INSPECTED, AND RECONNECTED ALL WIRES. EVERYTHING LOOKS FINE, BUT STILL NO OUTPUT.... HAS THE SYSTEM COMPLETELY DIED, OR IS THERE A FIX SOLUTION ? WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP OR SUGGESTIONS SOLVING THIS PROBLEM.

  • amoroso80 Feb 23, 2009

    That doesn't help much. specially when you are not a tech savy. What can I press, touch, unplugg, etc so I can fix this problem? "speaker impedences"? where can I find the control for that? can I put it up above 4 0hm?
    Thanks!

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Blinking LEDs indicate a problem with outputs. Or speaker impedences are too low (below 4 Ohm)

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