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Manual for archer a/v control center

I have an archer audio video control center, but i don't have any manual. i needa little direction as to hook up. such as what is what, etc.

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I have the manual and will scan it for you. May take a few days. email me at kevin@onlink.net

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Yes, read the manuals.

It IS complex and NOT for guessing.

Register and download the manuals for free at retrevo.com


http://www.retrevo.com/support/Marantz-SR4400-Receivers-manual/id/511dj795/t/2/

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Marantz-DV4400-DVD-Players-manual/id/511ag817/t/2/

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Never test with MAXIMUM volume. If you can't hear something at medium volume it ain't there.

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If not - then try this link http://uk.sanyo.com/support/Instruction-Manuals/ select video from the list and scroll down until you find your model
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