My cd-c460 suddenly have no sound on rear and front speakers... the central speaker still has sound, but i can feel that the volume on central speaker vary a bit... tried to reset it, pressing (vol down + FF>> + power button), but it still doesnt work properly. Switched to Dolby pro logic phantom mode, still has no sound... switched back to Normal Mode, sound only on central speaker. switched to bypass mode. Up the volume to 10, there are sounds, but very very low on front speakers.
Any clue what happened? maybe some component gone bad... the system is very old :P
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Ok, so we know the connections are correct, the speakers all work properly.
The only other thing I can think of is: is your PC actually sending signal to the rear speakers? Have you set it to 5.1 surround, and are you playing something in surround sound? The best way of checking (personal preference) is use some kind of racing game, reverse into something and you'll get a broken window effect in the rear speakers.
So, check to see if your PC is sending the rear effects, double check to make sure the actual speakers work (you could plug an MP3 player into the rear speaker input.
sorry but start with the obvious..the surround speakers usually are a looped curcuit using one single live split .so check each speaker works the cable is ok .if all checks out ok go for the selector switch if its a push switch press it repeatedly .if all this fails tap around the unit there might be a dry joint.good luck .farr64
A Real Speaker Jacks..
There should be a switch position on your system that you move to allow the sound to come out to standard speaker configuration or to multiple speaker configuration.
This switch may be on the front or rear panel.
Please have alook to see if its there....
Its possible the these Real speaker jacks are not wired to anything inside the amp system, and are there for use on a different model where the selector switch is supplied.
B Cassett Deck..
The clicking is caused by the motor trying to drive the wheels that turn the cassett tape.
It sounds like something is jamming the internal drive mechanism.
The drive belt may have come off or is stretched and is slipping.
Have a good look inside the front slot and you may see one of these items described above happening..
yeah i used to have this problem too forever, untill i was playing around with them and figured out the problem. on your remote there is a shift function, while holding shift you need to turn up rear speakers also on the remote, i think its near 1 or 2 or somthing. just look for rear level, turn that up and make sure you have the proper audio setting and that should fix it.
The on-screen menu appears only when the selected source
is DVD or VCD on the DVD/VCD/CD player and the disc
is in the slot and NOT PLAYING.
On the remote control ONLY:
1. Press CHOICE (it should work now)
LANGUAGE menu appears.
2 Press Cursor to move to the
menu you want? which is AUDIO
Selected item changes its color to green.
1. Display EXPERT SPEAKER SETTING menu.
2. Press Cursor to select ?TEST TONE,?
then press ENTER.
?TEST TONE? changes its color to green and test tone
comes out of in the following sequence?left front speaker,
center speaker, right front speaker, right rear speaker, and
left rear speaker.
? Test tone is output only when the tray loaded with a DVD is
selected, but not playing.
3. Press Cursor to move to ?C.SPK?
LEVEL? or ?R.SPK?LEVEL,? then press ENTER.
4. Press Cursor to adjust the output level, then
? You can adjust the output level from ??6 dB? to ?+6 dB.?
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the other speaker output
6. Press Cursor to select ?TEST TONE,?
then press ENTER.
Test tone stops.
7. When finished, press Cursor to move
to ?EXIT,? then press ENTER.
EXPERT SPEAKER SETTING menu disappears.
I hope this helps you, please let us know.