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Panasonic av control receiver sa-he200

I'm trying to hook up my surround speakers to my panasonic av control receiver sa-he200. I can't seem to get the receiver to power tha speakers on channel A aswell as the speakers on channel B? How can I do A+B?

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    speakers only 2 working

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    only 2 speakers are working

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    Front speakers working but not others



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On any 5.1 system without 2 zone capabilities when you press speaker "B" the receiver uses the rear channel amplifiers to send signal to the remote speakers. As a result the receiver cannot output signal to both the rears and the remotes at the same time.

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