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Re: speakers not working
Double check to make sure they are getting power.
Make sure, the system is not on mute mode.
Double check the connections from the back of the system to the speakers. The speakers should connect to the line-out jack..
Try to replace the speakers with any others to figure out if the problem is in the system or in the speakers.
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If you are trying to play a cd, you must manually tell the unit to play it in surround sound. Cd audio defaults to stereo only. Does it do the same thing if you are playing a dvd? If it happens on dvd's as well, then something in the speaker setup menu is wrong.
there should be an input line of just audio cable hookups (one red and one white) that you have to run and an output cable from your tv audio output of just red and white. make sure the tv says output or line out and the surround sound system says input or line in
NO., it cant be played thru both when it is in cd/dvd mode because from manufacturing it vl be like that. it cant give its sound to other when in cd/dvd. how am telling is i have YAMAHA yht-165. when i use dvd mode.. the sound wont get thru its output. only works when its in other modes like tuner, md-r, tv, aux.
I have the same A/V receiver and in my setup there is an audio output (red and white able) coming from DVD player directly into Zenith Z763B. The video from DVD Player goes to TV input (yellow cable).
There might be alternatives to the setup mentioned above but I like to watch movie in a surround sound, rather than output from TV.
I had the same problem... but I knew that my 2 yr old had been playing with the headphone jack on the BC-150. Evidently, the system thought that headphones were still plugged in to the port on the front right of the unit, even though none were present. The solution that worked for me was to take some headphones, plug them COMPLETELY into the system (another set of headphones would not insert all the way, so I found a new set and used those to completely insert into the headphone port) while playing a CD and listen for a few seconds and then simply unplug them. Viola! Sound came back. Hope this helps.