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Panasonic BT100 & sh-fx67 kit surround sound not working

I have a panasonic bt100 bluray system and the add-on sh-fx67 wireless surround sound speaker kit. The bluray player and the wireless transmitter appear to pair ok (green light on the transmitter W2 symbol on the player) and I have configured for 5.1 surround in the setup but nothing comes out of the rear speakers... I've been through the manuals numerous times and I am at a loss... please help!

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  • jonathan_smi Jan 11, 2009

    Not sure what you mean by this... I have checked the switch on the back of the wireless transmitter to make sure it is set for 5.1 surround as opposed to 7.1 surround. Is this what you meant?

  • jonathan_smi Jan 11, 2009

    Thanks for your post. Unfortunately, I can't find an A or B button on the front of either the BT100 BluRay player or the SH-FX67 wireless transmitter. Am I being really dumb...? Can you give me a clue where to look?

  • ArnieB Feb 22, 2009

    In my case the green light on the speakers receiver is on, but no W1 lights up on the Main theatre system.
    I have checked and re-checked the instruction books.
    Where do I go from here? Please help someone!

  • berticusdan Mar 04, 2009

    i have the same problem but nothing appears on the screen of my pana sc-bt100 but it should show w1 ??? The sh-fx67 lights up green but no surround or link?

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I had the same issue with the green light coming on on the shfx67 but no w thingie sign. I went into setup and then onto speaker and changed it from 3.1 to 5.1 and ran a test screen...the speakers were working after all.

Now it works for Bleu Ray, but cant seem to get the SKY TV working in surround...thinking Panasonic need to help me here...there instructions are way to cpmplex for something that is supposed to just turn on and play...!

Hope this helps...

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Make sure you have speakers A and B on, sometimes that is the problem

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  • Fred Haines Jan 11, 2009

    on the front of the reciver, you will see buttons with A and B on it, make sure there both turned on

  • Fred Haines Jan 11, 2009

    sorry, i kinda misread your origonal problem, i thought you had a bluray player, and a reciver,, if you have the kind of wireless system that has a sigmal sender, and a reciever(witch is the wireless speakers, if that is the case, you will need to plug the signal sender into the video output on the tv

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