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The left front channel is much louder than the center of right front speaker of my TX SR805 Onkyo receiver. I have re run the auddessey set up, but no change. I have switched speakers, cables and the same problem occurs over hdmi and component inputs with different sources. I can find no information in the manual on how to adjust the speaker level settings. Any ideas of what may be wrong? Dale

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Is this new? it could be a bad amp channel.

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