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No audio I have been waiting to find out if anyone can help with my audio issue. We have a projector, a dvd player and a cable box hooked up to the Marantz receiver. Audio was working for all components for about 2 years. All of a sudden, the audio is gone when trying to play a DVD. Then the next to go was the cable. There is no sound when trying to watch TV. The FM stereo still has sound. Any suggestions?

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    I did a "reset" that fixed mine twice but now it quit and won't recover..We are not alone on this issue

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Go to amp set up menu and make sure it knows the cables you are useing,ie-if the dvd is wired with coax for sound go to input set up and tell the amp you are useing this type of cable.If this is not the problem and the sound is going off one device at a time your amp needs to go back to your dealer.
hope this helps.
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Your post "...GET AUDIO FROM...PROJECTOR AUDIO OUT ...TO THE AUDIO IN...TEAC DVD..."

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