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Speaker ERR every time i turn up my system it says speaker error. i unplugged the system and turned it on again and it says the same thing. i thought maybe i have a short in my wire or speaker somewhere or maybe i connected it wrong. i then disconnected all my speaker wires to the subwoofer and turned it up and it still gave the same error message. the word mixdown always shows up on my display panel now.

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  • A86MARIO Jan 03, 2008

    WHEN I TURN ON THE DVRC-3OO I GET A SPEAKER ERROR MESSAGE

  • fixdathang Mar 29, 2008

    I get "speaker err" and nothing works. It was completely wired and working, and suddenly stopped with this message. Nothing seems to fix it. The system does not work at all now.

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Try checking the volume on your subwoofer i had the same problem. I unplugged the system and had the same error message pop up. So i checked the volume on the subwoofer, and it was set to max, i set it to normal and i haven't had any problems since

There are 2 ways to check your volume

1...On the remote there is a button labeled "BASS" press it, and on the display it will tell you a number between -3 and +3, If no number appears then it should say either "MIN" or "MAX" if it's at max use the volume control on the remote to turn it down to "0"

2...On the remote press "SET UP"
.....Select the Volume icon by using the arrow keys, press "ok" or "enter" to access that icon
.....Select "Speaker Setup" using the arrow keys and enter button
.....Select Speaker Volume by pressing enter
.....scroll down to "SUBWOOFER" and make sure the volume is no higher than +4dB
....Once done press "SET UP" on the remote to exit the setup screen

*Note* - The speaker volume option can only be chosen when nothing is playing on the player, or the disc tray is empty, You also have to be in either, Ipod mode or DVD mode to access this menu.

Hope this solves your problem, and i apologize on the delay of this solution ^_^

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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Hope this solves your problem, and i apologize on the delay of this solution ^_^

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