Question about Sony DAV-FX900W System
Recently we had to send in the dvd player of this system due to a problem with it that caused the sound to not be heard at all. Before we had this problem, we could watch television, play dvds, etc. and be able to hear out of the rear speakers fine. But when we finally got the dvd player back and went to set it up, the calibration setup went fine and all speakers are working but now when I go to watch t.v. I cannot hear anything from the rear speakers, and only do when watching a dvd with a ton of explosions. I called the company I bought this system from but they tell me that is expected because the sound mainly comes from the front speakers. I disagree because like I said it worked fine before hand and now it's not. So, is there anything I can do to be able to hear from the rear speakers when watching t.v. and listening to music or are they useless and spent $800 to use them 10% of the time. Thanks!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVDs won't play
Hi Pookie, This is an easy fix. All you need to get is a CD/DVD-Player Laser-Lens Cleaner for about $5.00. You can get these at Best Buy, Circuit City, Radio Shack, or any similar place. Use this, and let me know how it works for you. Best regards, nightdiver
Posted on May 27, 2006
Hello, there is no chance that you can fix this problem by replacing speaker wires. Resoldering the output stages as well as area around the microprocesor could be the efficient solution. If you need more info please advice.
Posted on Apr 12, 2007
try using another speaker for the center channel and the left speaker, also watch your ohm load, most of the want a 4 ohm load. try to narrow it down to see if it is the speaker or the amp.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
You need to use a HDMI 1.4 Cable and it needs to be connected to to an HDMI socket with an ARC (audio return channel). Alternatively you can connect using an optical cable (TOSLINK).
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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