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NO LEFT, RIGHT, AND CENTER SURROUND

I have no sound coming out of the left, right and center channel speakers, I currently have the left & right connected to the Rear surround and not able to use my center channel. I tried everything I could think of even reseting to factory default settings. not sure if my bose system is the problem or the reciever. both will be expensive to have a technician troubleshoot. From what my wife said, while I was out of town my grandson was turning the reciever on and off. I think this may be the cause of the problem. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • jalmanza Feb 23, 2009

    yes, on my bose subwoofer I tried plugging the left and right surround and center speaker into different plugs and the speakers worked and on my reciever I switched the left & right surround speakers to the rear surround and they work but don't sound as good.

  • jalmanza Feb 23, 2009

    how much do you think it will cost if I take the reciever to a shop.



    I have my old pioneer that I was using before I got my HK. I think I will hook it back up and try your suggestion.

  • jalmanza Feb 23, 2009

    will do, thanks for your quick response.

  • sudesign Apr 06, 2009

    My AVR 130 Left speaker output has stop working.

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    hello,

    Where is ( transistors blown or the actual OP-Amp for that channel ) in the circut?

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Hi there
have u tried connecting the centre speaker to another amplifier to see if the speaker actually works....

if it does then it cud be the output transistors blown or the actual OP-Amp for that channel

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  • Richard Ray Feb 23, 2009

    mmmmm u may need to test the speakers on a different amplifier. it sounds as tho there is a problem with the output channels for the speakers your not getting audio from.

  • Richard Ray Feb 23, 2009

    ok, let me know how u get on matey........



    if i can help fix this for you then i will try my best......

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