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I have a cambridge audio Azure 540R. WAs all working fine. A red box with SW under the L speaker channel has appeared. No sound from the L speaker, Although the test sound through the L channel is ok. The speaker is ok and so is the cable. I've done a reset with no change. The maual indicates it might be a balance issue, but thier is no balance facility. Any Idea's

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Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/s/Cambridge-Audio-540R-Receivers-review-manual/id/2536dj197/t/1-2/

"SW" stands for SubWoofer.

Page 8...

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.



Search for the word "balance". Page 8 again (circled 8)...


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.

You can look at the relative levels of all channels as described on Page 14.


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