Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Start with reset(power off and then power on)-if you see power light on-check your input source(mic or dvd or other)-check your speaker cables for short or open circuit after that check speaker itself-if you confirm that all outside amp is ok.and still not working you will have a problem in amp internal circuit.(if you have speakers button in your amp do not forget to press it.)
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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"SW" stands for SubWoofer.
Shows the currently active channels depending on decoding mode and source material. Icons lit indicate active channels in the source material. Icons with a box around them indicate actual channels being output separately.
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Lights when the Front Left and Right speaker outputs have been set to different levels in the OSD, i.e. a balance adjustment has been made.
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