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First, check the connections to your speakers.
Second, check the speaker selector switches.
Third, let me know how old he RX-V 671 is, please.
General advice includes the question as to whether you have an HDMI cable as part of the hookup. If so, and if it was cheaply made, then it may have failed - esp. if sound isn't getting through but video is.
Is an HDMI cable part of the hookup? if so, what two devices does it connect?
Thanks for responding.
What other 'sound paths' are there through the home theatre, aside from the HDMI cable to the TV?
OK. Disconnect the HDMI cable, please, then turn On and try the home theatre again. Try several sound sources, all with subwoofer sound and subwoofer not disabled / enabled.
Let me ask for clarification:
- what part # ***** ***** sound board you are referencing?
- and, if the sound board is where the problem is, then is there no problem elsewhere at all? (I mean: has the 'problem is not elsewhere' been proved by technicians? or was a problem found in the sound board but it might be elsewhere too?)