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My surround rear spks dont work

I just got this str-da3000es. I hooked up 2 spkr for rear surround and 2 spkr where it says surround and Center spk . I also used a used a digital optic connection from the DVD Player. When I play a DVD, I dont get any sound from the rear spks . The display shows digital 3.2
I have also a set of spks on A which is working.
Would appreciate yuor answer.

Thanks/Raj

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The rear speaker decoding has to be enabled for them to function, regardless of the media. Enter the speaker setup menu and choose "yes" for the rear surround speaker decoding.

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