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NO SOUND IN AV 1 SET GETS ON BUT NO SOUND

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HI
>check the settings on the stereo and see if you have the correct setup: AV 1 ( DTS, Auto, Analog)
If you are using the standard RCA cable (red/White) = Analog
or try the Auto if you are not sure.

I hope this can help
Thanks

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