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Wireless speakers won't connect

We got a SC BT100 blu ray dvd with home cinema bought the wireless rear speakers can't get them to connect and play. the green light is on, on the wireless unit so think the signal is ok. But when we went into the dvd menu it is oly showing the front speakers and we can't get it to recognise the rear speakers can you help?

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  • fotorat Dec 10, 2008

    Exactly the same problem!

  • jonathan_smi Jan 11, 2009

    Exactly the same...!!!

  • berticusdan Mar 04, 2009

    has anyone solved this problem yet?

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You try upgrade the main set to 5.1 or 7.1 channel is it?

If the wireless is green light mean the main set is recognize the wireless.

You need to setup the speaker output from main set by "Setup" button on remote control.

Can refer Operating instruction manual in main set.

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