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Rear speakers don't work

Surround sound won't work on two rear speakers and center speaker, but it does on the subwoofer and front speakers. but when i go through the menu to do the speaker test, all of them work.

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Speaker test confirms whether the speakers actually work but not the sound level you have them set at. Chack volume level of each speaker. This may be a separate button all itself.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

  • Lorrie Kewley Jul 17, 2014

    how do you adjust the speaker levels, I thought thats what the mamcc mic did

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But if 5 speaker setup have your front left and right speakers on the appropriate side of the television, your center speaker in the middle of the tv, Either mounted on the wall or underneath or on the shelf, try to have the center speaker set back from the front speakers. Subwoofer usually I mount behind the entertainment center. Your rear right and left speakers optimum position is behind you on the left and right.

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