Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
I would make sure your speakers are correctly connected. Some times older receivers will say speaker A and speaker B on the back. Connect A. on the front there should be a button that says A and B. press A. This will tell the receiver which channel to use for sound. Try just using FM first to see if any sound comes out. If this doesnt work you might have some other problems. also you should include what brand and model number Receiver you are talking about.
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