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Re: RCA F 32645 No sound
Go to the menu and select audio. Make sure the speakers are ON. some times it can get turned off. another thing about that set is sometimes the micro will lock up. Just unplug it and plug it back in and see if the sound comes back.
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Check your keyboard. Some have volumne keys that permit up and down volumne adjustment.- If not, , ckin the control pane for other settings under Souds. Master Volumne,, mixer and balance are adjustable. Good Luck- Ned
Yes it is normal, the 608 is a THX certified receiver, so it goes by THX reference levels.
In theory once you have run the Audyssey auto-setup with the included mic the proper reference level for watching movies will be 82 if the volume number scale is set absolute or 0dB of it is set to THX relative. At this setting the volume should be the same as watching that movie at the theater. I have mine set to power-on at a level of -30dB which corresponds to level 52 on the scale you have it set to. This is a comfortable lowish level, but I turn it up to at least -10dB AKA 72 when watching movies.
The Volume Control Center is next to the clock, not the quick launch bar. if you do not have it, then check to see if you sound drivers are loaded.. verify that by going to the control panel and then sound properties.. if not, then install them, put check mark in box to show volumne control, if that don't work, then take check mark off and then put on...
Doublclick your speaker icon in your tray (lower right hand corner) and there are seperate sliders for output volume and speaker volumne. If you don't find it there, Start button>control panel>sound and audio icon> advanced settings.
If you just upgraded to Vista then you need to update your audio drivers.
go into the device manager and expand the sound, video and game controllers tree and update the audio driver for your audio device
It sounds like it has locked up from a power surge. Try a full reset of the unit by powering it down completely unplugging it from the wall socket overnight. If it still misbehaves, get back to me here and we can look into it more.