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Audyssey The Audyseey Room Correction does not complete the cycle. Keep getting a Speaker Detect Error and yet all speakers are working fine. Freezes when it gets to the back left Surround. All wiring and set is fine.

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SOURCE: Only one surround back speaker works

It sounds to me like one of your speakers may be mis-wired. Try reversing the speaker wire (don't switch right-for left, but switch negative for positive) and see if that changes anything.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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