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Not all speakers work

I have just purchased a wharfendale DVD 75 USB home theater system and 3 of the speakers do not work (SR, SL and the Centre speakers) they came with the system. I the Audio Setup these speakers seem to be "grayed out" ie I cannot set them up. What is the problem?

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Hi I have the same problem, did you find a soloution?

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"When listening to a CD or radio, sound is output to the front
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There are several options here depending on your available Television inputs: Coax Cable, Component (yellow jack), S-Video and Composite (composite providing the best video resolution and coax the poorest). HDMI is not available. Use s-video or composite if you can. You will note that the composite RCA jacks are colored Orange, Blue, and Green. In a pinch, any RCA Cables will work - just don't cross the color codes between the DVD Player and the television. If you need to use coax you will need a coax to RCA adapter. If your television only has a component jack (yellow), it's a simple connection between the two.

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