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The speaker are not working properly I getting audio sound from only the front channel.

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  • babaed52 Nov 23, 2008

    I have an LG DVD home entertainment the speaker channels on the receiver are not working properly. The rear and the center are not working only the front and the woofer. I want to know if this problem can be less expensive to fixed. The model No. LH-T550TB.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Most problems similar to this could indicate that:

  • the speaker selector is set to only the front; or
  • the surround processor is faulty and only processes the front; or
  • the audio amplifier of the other channels are fault;
  • the speakers of the other channels are fault;
  • the setup/settings/configurations needs to be redone;
  • a reset is required;
  • firmware glitch.
It would help to narrow down if you could postback the brand and model and other information related and prior to the issue.

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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    Based on the model, I doubt if anything is wrong with the unit. It would seem however that this model will require a digital/optical output or a 5.1 analog output from your source. There will be no true surround sound from analog left/right only sources. To verify, pls try a DVD player as a source.

    If this has been like this since new, then the above supposition would hold true, if however the opposite is true, it used to work but not anymore, then it could only indicate a hardware fault which of course would require repairs.


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We need a whole lot more information than that. Tell us everything. What you are trying to do, what equipment are you using to do it with, what make an model is it, what have you tried, etc. thanks.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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