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My onkyo xt sd575 receiver has a very soft sound. i have to turn up the volume to hear something. there are no settings setted up wrong as i have already checked.

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  • ikbenpim45 Oct 07, 2010

    its a technical problem for sure, its not the wires. it does the same on my headphones.

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If there is abnormally low sound (ie lower than it used to be) when using headphones then there could be a problem with the preamplifier circuit or the input signal is too low to drive the input preamp. to a level where normal volume signal driving level is available to the output power section to drive the speakers.

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Check the polarity on your speakers to make sure you have the positive and negtive correct and check your reciever as well positive and neg wires

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