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No sound I have no sound coming from the right channel on both my surround speakers and my surround back/zone 2. any suggestions

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Read the manual thoroughly, then check all your connections.

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7.1 would have Surround Back L and R.

6.1 would have just one back there (SB). It defaults to the Left output on the Pre-Outs if you ever go that route.

This being a 6.1 receiver it does not support two SB channels BUT you can configure those amp channels for a separate Zone supporting 2 speakers. Confused?

The manual shows a single SB speaker connected to the left side on Page 27. THAT would be consistent with a 6.1 configuration.

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By "Back" do we mean Surround or Surround Back? Surround Back speakers are the 6th and 7th channels in the 7.1 matrix. Not all source material has programming for them. But when using any 7.1 digital surround mode you can get anything, even stereo recordings, to output something from every speaker.

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I know this is old and im sure you have it solved by now, but it might be a good idea to check the amp setting of Zone 2. Is it switched to Internal or external? I remember something strange about this amp in that when you change from using the rear surrounds and go to use them in Zone 2, it resets the amp setting or something like that. Hope it helps if you still need it.

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When you turn on zone 2 you are in stereo mode. The center speaker and the rear speakers will not function in stereo mode.

Try turning on zone 2 and then switch the surround mode after that and see if it helps. If it turns the zone 2 speakers off when you do that, then your unit does not support what you want it to do. Center speakers only work in listening modes other than stereo.

Most A/V receivers are designed for watching movies and they did not take this use into consideration because zone 2 would normally be in another room such as the way you have yours set up. If somebody is watching a movie in one room they would not need to hear it in another room. You would think that the designers, who are very talented to be able to come up with these type of units, would have just a little more imagination on how people would be using the equipment. Go figure!

If your receiver has a 5 or 7 channel stereo mode, it may work then. You can try, but I don't think it will help.

I have even seen some receivers that have the center channel amp being used for the zone 2 output as well. It just switches what speaker output jacks it goes to with a couple of relays which makes it impossible to use the center and zone 2 at the same time.

I guess they are just being cheap by not putting another output channel in the unit and sharing the one they have.

Why would anybody want to use the center and the zone 2 at the same time???? Sad, isn't it.

Hard to believe that such a nice receiver would have such a rediculous limit designed right into it. But they really do design them like that.

Let me know if you need more help.

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