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Re: change speakers on Panasonic SC-HT995W
Absolutely ,but remember that theese home theater combo,s are sonically matched so you should find speakers that are rated to the same power handling and frequency response of the one,s you are replacing, if the frequency response is close to what you had that will work fine , if you were to use speakers that were rated for higher output your amplifier will not be able to push the sound of the higher rated speakers and you would not be getting the optimal listening experience , thanks and i hope i helped you ,sincerely Glenn
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I'm sorry to say, but an F61 error can not be cleared by a reset. Please see the link below for an explanation of protect mode (F61 is Panasonic's version of protect). Usually the output amp pac will need to be replaced. This will cost between $75 and $100 for the part. Feel free to post any additional questions here.
I had exactly the same problem. My unit worked fine until a loose power cable resulted in the receiver being turned on and off a couple of times in quick succession and then after this the a/c in light on the rear speaker was lit but the wireless link light would not come on (and the 'W' on the main unit flashed constantly). The solution for me was basically a reboot. This is what I did; - unplug the wireless receiver - unplug the main unit - remove the digital transceiver unit from its slot in the back of the main unit - plug the main unit back in and turn it on - the 'W' won't flash as the transceiver has been removed (not sure if you if it's necessary but I made sure it was producing sound to the front speakers) - unplug the main unit again - reinsert the digital transceiver - plug the main unit back in, turn it on and set it to produce output/sound (the 'W' will be flashing) - then plug the wireless receiver back in again ...presto the link is made, the 'W' stops flashing and the rear speakers work again.
Hope this elaborate reboot works as well for you as it did for me.
There should be a "module" that you slip into a slot on the back of the main SC-BT100 unit...this is the transmitter that sends the signal to the rear speaker unit. The rear speakers, while "wireless" to the main unit, are wired to the separate unit that should have come with your set-up.
One option is to set the cross over to the sub so it knows when to send the low frequency to the sub and not the front speakers. 120 is a good setting. This can be done either via a know on the sub woofer or the setup screen of the main unit.
maybe the sound setting is in mono mode versus stereo surround,this only occuring on older model surround systems. if that doesnt do it , try unhooking and then hooking the speakers back up or ; maybe they are even...................switched hope i could help i man fixxxxxxxxxxx