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Hi, i had a Sony dvd /music centre with surround sound a different model and the dvd would not play any type of burnt dvd on it. It would play proper dvd's and music cd's . I don't know if its something Sony has built into its systems.
I realize this may sound silly but it could be the disc your are playing. Some DVDs are not mixed for surround sound and thoes that are produce very little sound from the rears.
Rear speakers were meant for effect, not meant to distract you from the picture.
Give this a try, get a movie playing that is 5.1 surround sound. Check that the home theatre is not set to stereo mode, if it is change the surround mode on the unit. Now that you are in the middle of an action scene disconnect the front speakers and see if there is background noise comming out of the rears.
If its still dead let me know more details about the system and I will work on a solution.
I had this problem, till i went into setup on my remote then chose audio and noticed all the speakers for surround sound were turned on in the options. As i don't have surround sound i turned them off . Now it works ! The player was sending the sound to non exsistant speakers. Hope this helps
If your tv and surround has an optical input/output.Then you can connect with an optical lead.This will then play the sound from whatever you are watching.You normaly select dig1 or input1 on the surround system.
It will depend on the signal you get from television stations, as well do you have this running through a stereo, the t,v. I mean. Depends on a number of things as D.V.D's are recorded a certain way such as with "Dolby THX" for instance. If I am right, you are running your television with built in dvd through a home stereo, am I correct?