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First double check all connections. And if that does not fix pull the cables on one of the working speakers and plug into the center speaker to make sure it is not a bad speaker. If the speaker works connect them back the way they were and Click Start then open Control Panel look for Sounds and Audio Devices click on it. It should open to Volume now down on the bottom you will see Speaker settings click on Advanced. Speaker Advanced Audio Properties should open look for Speaker setup click on the little blue V, go down and click on Surround sound speakers now click Apply then OK and OK again. It should work correctly now.
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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.
FIRST- double check that the center channel is hooked up in the center channel connection. we have all made this mistake. second if you are watching a movie through a dvd or bluray player be sure that both your audio L/R rca's or hdmi cable's are plugged in. I do not know if your are on cable or satellite? Double check the connections. Be sure that the that if your can select your sound preference turn it to 5.1 surround or matrix. hope this helps
1. You should be able to connect the midi up to the digi 001, if not get an 002, 003. The 001 is so outdated and will not support newer pro-tools software especially plug-ins.I know I had the 001. Now with the 003 rack(love it).and PT 7.4. Research how to plug a midi device into PT.
2.Would google EMU XL compatability.
3.refer to 2.
4. No just memory(RAM)
5.cool...yes why couldn't you?
6.You should be able to come out of the digi, then to a power amp, then the BAs
This may be a software issue. If you only had two speakers before, the software will not use the rear speakers.
Go to Control Panel. Click on "Sound and Audio Devices". Under the Volume Tab, at the bottom, you will see a picture roughly representing the type of speakers.
Click on the Advanced button.
Click on the arrow in the pick box, and choose Surround Speakrs or the 5.1 Speakers.
Click Okay. Try the speakers again.
First you need to make sure that all the speaker wires are connected to the unit securly. next make sure that they are wired into the correct spots. then check and make sure that it is on the correct mode. please write back
After using the method of last resort (RTFM) I discovered that Yamaha 7.1 amps assign an order of priority to the speakers. The surround speakers have higher priority than the surround-back speakers. I had connected the rear speakers (in a 5.1 configuration) to the surround-back speaker terminals and since nothing was connected to the surround terminals the E-6 error happed on auto-setup.
I eventually fixed this by connecting the rear speakers to the Surround L/R terminals and then, via the manual setup menu, set rear surround = NONE. This causes the amp to route the rear-surround signals to the Surround L/R terminals. The auto-configure then completed successfully.