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Sherwood RD-6500 sound problem

I just got it yesterday and and i was messing around with the settings and I'm not sure how but i have the audio from video 1 and 2 playing at the same time when i switch to video 2. when I'm on video 1 nothing is playing but i can see whats on the screen. iv tried looking threw the manual and it doesnt explain much about this. the closest things i found in it was a section called "dubbing the audio and video signals separately onto video 1" and "dubbing from video components onto video 1" i cant figure it out. thanks for any help

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I don't have this particular reciever, but I think the dubbing feature mentioned can be turned off. If that can't be done I suggest moving the components in video and audio 2 to the 3rd available one, it shouldn't have that feature. That's all I can offer.

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