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Sirs, the L/R surround speakers are mute on all play modes execpt for white noise calibration mode. even in speaker calibration mode the reciever doen not pick them up and auto sets them as 'none' when they are as loud as hell. i guess there fuse or reset option for the surround perhpas? also have no switching htmi- but i suspect that culd be due to the TV which is HP thank!!

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If the channels work in the set up noise mode, then the input is not on the proper setting for the function, or one or more of the tape monitor switchs are on. goood luck

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This is a general comment:
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