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I have a JVC TH-D60 dvd digital theater system. My problem is I can only get 2 speakers to work at a time. They all work but not at the same time

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DVD movies are so recorded as to get specific sound from each speakers, for eg, if the scene involves a bee going in circles then, the sound is first heard from the left, the right, the back right and the back left, That should explain.

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