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Surrond sound not working

My rear speakers are not working with the receiver. The receiver shows only 1 S on the display for the back speakers. How can I get ot to show RS and LS speakers

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It all depends what digital mode you use ,yes in Pro Logic mode on the display it shows only 1 S but if you try the balance for the SL-SR you will hear the difference .

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