I have all the speakers hooked in properly and all of the components working but I can only hear sound out the front three speakers. My back surround speakers will play when in 5 channel stereo mode but no surround sound for movies or in the cinema setting. The TV and all components are hooked in through component cables. What can I do to fix this?
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I need to know the quality of the speakers on the TV. Try unplugging it from the speakers on the TV and plug it into the souround sound speakers only and see if it plays differently. Double check your sourround sound and makes sure you did not reverse a wire.
Is it possible that you blew out the speakers? Or that they are not connected properly? Showing the front of the Stereo is not at all helpful to understanding your issue. Please give a view of the back of the Stereo so we can determine whether it is improper wiring, blown speaker, or faulty components.
Try to disconnect the input connector of your speaker and touch the input jack of the unit if you hear a hazing sound it means your speakers are working properly but if you don't hear any sound your speakers are bad. Open the speaker unit and check the amplifier section of your unit. If you don't see any burned electronic component inside. Check the wiring of your unit. To check if the audio of your computer is working. Plug in the input a headset if you hear a sound while you playing a music in your computer it means the audio of your computer is working good.
To get sound out of your surround speakers, first off go through the receiver setup and make sure that is correct. Also, usually the best soundfields to use for sourround sound is PLII Movie or dolby digital. Next , make sure the source you are viewing is capable of outputting 5.1 sourround sound. Lastly, it is a good thing to remember that sourround speakers are only intended to reproduce sound effects. You certainly can override it so that all speakers play full range audio, but that is not the intention.
is your surround system has a phono input? because most of the turntable can only work with the unit that has a phono input, phono input has a a built-in pre-amp. so if you're only hooking your turntable to an ordinary input then this might be the case, you won't hear any sound or sometimes weak sound.
Hi, pls don't get me wrong, but might it be that you are just hearing more of either the front or the rear since they operate on the frequencies our ears are attuned to with the sub just producing the low ones. Other than that, might it be also the placement of the speakers? The front and/or rear are placed relatively higher than that of a sub woofer hence closer to the level of your ears and therefore you can hear them more distinctly while the sub being lower, you probably feel it as well as hear it but not as loud.
Since all of them are working albeit the sound level, I can think of no other explanation. If however this is not the case before and that this problem just recently came up, then may I suggest that you bring the set to a qualified service personnel since this involve checking out the individual amplifiers and their attendant electronic circuitry. If you are comfortable working down to component level, you would probably have to start with determining how many amps are inside the unit and diagnosing each one including the PSU. Far chance as it may be, there is a possibility that the PSU is not able to supply the current demands when all the amps/speakers are working.
Hope this be of some help. Pls post again how things turn up. Regards.