Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
Assuming they did sound correct there are some possibilities:
your wiring, if you live a humid area it might be that your wires are a bit corroded at either the speakerterminal or at the receiver terminal. Simply cut of the corroded part and reconnect.
If your surround speakers are on a stand the wires probably hang down and after some time, specially with thinner wires, they might get a bit loose in the connection. Simply reconnecting them will solve it.
Resetting the receiver will sometimes help as well, most of the times this is mentioned in the manual or on manufacturers site.
let me know if solved.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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