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Yes My kenwood reciever 1080vr, i set it up i turn on the music the reciver wont let me go past 45 to go louder, then the standby redlight indcator light shows up, what do i do to fix that

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Use a rca video cord one end to the video out from the kenwood other end to your tv. with your remote push setup and ajust the db levels. the higher the db levels the quicker protection will shut you down


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