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No sound from speakers when tested for polarity

Hello, I tested my rear car speakers with a 1.5 v battery (new battery) and nothing happens no noise no nothing could the speakers be blown if so shouldnt they make at least some kind of noise

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You must have a loose connection somewhere
even blown speakers make some sound

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Sometimes the rear sound or other speakers can accidentally get switched off, when changing sound modes. Check that this has not happened. Most amps have test modes that send out beeps or some other form of noise to the speakers. Try that and see if they are working.
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Every once in a while the sound goes out and comes back if i watch a movie or regular tv how do i fixit


Most recievers had setting for TV/Stereo/CD/ DVD

Also the various sound settings, such as Concert / Hall / Dolby etc...

Assuming your wires are all hooked up correctly and reverse polarity (popping noise heard) is not the problem. I doubt that you need to resolder any connections inside the reciever or speakers. (That may be a problem, but not likely in this situation)

What may be happening here is that some things are simply not recorded in surround... Then it will sound just like you've described. sound going in and out. Sometimes the engineer skipped a track, you know, left for lunch and when he came back, didnt start back where he finished before he left...

However, lets say for example your watching a TV movie of the week, and those speakers may appear to be working while the movie is on but not during a commercial, since most commercials are not recorded in Full Surround Sound... this is normal.

However, if happening during the Movie, from scene to scene, also possibly a normal thing if the sound engineer had nothing to add for background noise, ie; rustling leaves, creaking floorboard etc...

Sometimes you may hear background sound out of a left speaker and not the right, (or vis'a-vers'a) this is of course due to placement of object or subject of background noise... if Any

9 times out of 10, it may not be your system at all. If your watching a DVD and this is happening, you could make a note of when and where and try another copy to see if this system can be replicated at this same location. You may be able to use a CD and find out also.


Hopefully you'll find some help in this.

Respectfully

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• Make sure that the DVD disc is 5.1-CH compatible.
• If you set C, SL, and SR to NONE in the speaker mode in the
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This means you might want to check your speaker settings again and make sure the Cenyer and Surrounds are defined.

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Is this only with CD, only with THAT CD, or with nothing in particular selected or playing?

Check all connections for tightness as bad cable shield connections will let emitted noise into the system. Ditto for signal or speaker cables routed near power cables, TV's, other electrical sources.

Sometimews reversing the AC power cord polarity can resolve buzz/hum.

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It sounds like the speaker wires are mixed up or maybe a setting on the reciever is wrong. Verify your speakers are properly connected. you test speakers using a 9 volt battery or smaller.

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This is not a problem, this means that your system is working. Polar Express was recorded in Surround Sound with separate tracks for each speaker channel. In most movies you will find that the rear speakers will only play certain sound effects so that it appears they are coming from behind you (gun shot, train, fireworks). Most of the diaglouge will come through the center channel and music/effects through the front left and right, with bass coming from the subwoofer.

Now, you can still hear more from the rear speakers if you like this enveloping effect, or if you like your music coming from all directions. There are Sound Effects options to have the front and back speakers always playing the front track, there is Dolby Pro Logic II that turns stereo sounds (like many TV shows) automatically into 5.1 Surround Sound, and you can also individually change the volume of each speaker.

These are all explained on page 29 of your owner's manual under Sound Options. If you need specific button to button help, let me kow.

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