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Mi Ipod was playing thru the VCR 2 output via an rca>1/8 inch jack. No longer get any sound from that or the VCR 1 output. Phono output gives sound with an overloaded bass. Is the receiver shot? Thanks.

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PHONO is ONLY FOR A TURNTABLE.

You don't say if the iPod still works with any other Line level >>>> INPUT <<<<. There are 8 of them.

Do you have any other devices to test the VCR1 and -2?

Posted on Feb 14, 2011

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