Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Verify the media you're playing is coded for 5.1 surround (bluray or DVD with 5.1).
If it is, you'll need to go into the sound settings and go through all the settings in there for your sound card, to be sure it will push the appropriate codec (5.1, 7.1, stereo, mono, etc.) out the output.
Verify you are pushing the sound through either an HDMI cable, digital coax cable, or fiber optic cable. Regular RCA jacks will only push stereo (2 speaker).
I couldn't get all my speakers to kick on through my Harman/Kardon until I made my PC force Dolby Digital through the fiber optic cable.
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