Only 3 out of 5 soround sound speakers are working on my surround
I just got a poineer 5.1 surround sound especailly for my xbox 360 and i canot get all of the speakers to work. only 3 out of 5 work the center one and two of the outside ones do not. is there anyone out there that can help me out.
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Re: only 3 out of 5 soround sound speakers are working on...
I had this problem with my surround. The way I solved mine was by hitting the "sound" button and it showed me a small symbol that looked kinda like speakers and I hit the button a few times untill all of the speakers were lit up. Your button may be different but you can use what I tried as a guideline on how to try and figure yours out.
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Most of the sounds you are hearing good are background sounds. If you are running a surround system, you might want to try adjusting the output of your primary speakers, checking for the correct setting on your receiver, and verifying that your central audio is in the correct section ( receiver output ).
If you are not using surround sound, Check the in-game menu (Pause) for an audio section, some games allow you to turn the character voices up and the music down. If you don't have that option, try using a new output cord from your xbox to Tv.
If the xbox is not able to recognise the usb, it is most likely that the product is not compatible with the xbox i would look for an adapter which would take the usb connection to the xbox's analog connection, or if your speakers have a stero 2.5 connection then you can easily find an adapter to connect to the xbox's analog connection in the back, the analog connection is the red and white ports at the back!.
1) CHange the input cables for Spks, for another with cooper or gold conductivity.
2) clean ends for dust on inputs.
3) try to reconnect the speakers carefully and test sound.
you can figure out when some sound are bad in any connection on this way.