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Setting the Balance is a challange

I can not get the right channels to work in TV Stereo mode can you tell me how to fix this?

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  • Dave DeGain
    Dave DeGain May 11, 2010

    Is this the only mode you can not hear the right channel or is it a problem with all sources?



    If you have this problem on every source, the problem is in the Denon. If not, then the problem is from the cable box or whatever you have going into the Denon to listen to the TV. There are several different ways of listening to TV thru a receiver. You may have a cable box, sat. tuner, or even the output of the TV itself going into the Denon.



    It is important to know exactly how it is connected to give you the help you need. These receivers have digital inputs and analog inputs.



    As you know since you own this Denon, they are very complicated receivers, and with more information I should be able to help you locate the source of your problem.



    Thanks



    Dave

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Have you read my clarification request? If you still need help please furnish the required information. If no help is needed any longer, just ignore this post.

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