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When I want to listen to am\fm stereo all I get is a very low audio when I crank the volume all the way up. What would cause this? I have been through the set up numerous times and even set everything back to factory with a reset...

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Check your tape monitor settings and make sure that you don't have "monitor" selected without having a processor of sorts connected to that respective monitor...accordianman

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Denon-AVR-689-Receivers-manual/id/23110dj894/t/2/


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