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I dont hear sound from all speakers on my klh ha 9000 5.1 home theatre

I don't have my remote to change the home theater to surround mode and i am wondering if the is a different way to change it without the remote.

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SOURCE: Hooked blue ray player into the klh ha 9000 to get

If you want to get true surround sound, you will need to have a digital interface (optical toslink or digital coax) If you are using analog cable (red and white) the best you can get would be stereo or prologic surround

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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