Question about KLH R5100 Receiver
I can only get two of my speakers to ho do i get all my speaker to work
Connect your speakers to the appropriate terminals. Turn on the power. To the left of the Mode Set button at the lower center of the panel you will see a button "Test/Setup". Press this button and you will hear tones generated through the speakers, one at a time, and upon completion of the cycle you will see a display of the speakers that were found. It this doesn't match what you have connected, either you have a bad speaker(s) or there is something wrong with the receiver.
There are no A - B switches on this receiver.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
There should be a botton on the receiver that say for example, Speaker A, Speaker B, Speaker A B witch would be all of them, if your refering to surround sound try the Prologic
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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