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Denon AVR 900

The front Left and front Right speakers of my denon AVR 900 are working fine... The center/woofer/ and back left/right are not working at all. I was given the receiver by my brother and I don't have the manual or the remote... How do I activate the other speakers? Jeff

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Well its possible you have it on stereomode put it on prologic ceneter mode on normal for best sound

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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You need to put the volume up on those speakers you can only do that with the romete s you kinda stuffed unless you get the remote.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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