Re: I cant get the rear speakers to play on my pioneer...
Sounds like you have
1) the rear speaker cable is plugged into the wrong colored hole
2) the audio software thinks you have a subwoofer, but you don't? Check on the audio software for ways to configure the speakers, the latest chips auto-detect when you plug in a cable, and ask you what that was you plugged in.
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I know this is an old post but just ran into the same problem with my brother in laws Pioneer Radio. Well, it turns out that the head unit has to be OFF before you try to change the subwoofer setting. THen press and use the Multi-Control knob to select SubControl and change this to REAR SP: FULL (this gives you full range sound) or REAR SP:SUB W (this is for only low, subwoofer frequencies). His radio was set to sub, which is dumb because it was installed with a 4 channel amp and 4 full range speakers. Not sure why it was setup like this in the first place but oh well...