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Check wire connection to rear speakers and ascertain the speakers are properly grounded. Using a multi-tester, there should be "zero" ohms resistance between the speaker ground and a nearby nut, bolt, or metal component part of the receiver. Get a cheap speaker and splice the test speaker to see if there's sound when radio is "on." If there's sound, but you can't control the volume, then the volume control knob is defective. The volume knob is a potentiometer, which is a variable resister identical in principal to the electronic fuel throttle of your vehicle. If volume is controlled by 2 buttons, then the button's circuit are not connected to the main motherboard.

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In order to do this, your computer must be able to support 5.1 systems! Seeing as how a person wouldn't buy this particular set of speakers without knowing that information, I'm guessing you have a bit of knowledge under your belt. You need to go into your audio device settings on your computer and you should have the ability to tweak the settings of the rear speakers from your audio controller panel. I myself have the EAX which allows access to adjusting the speakers volumes based on distance from the listener!

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Go to the stereo fader and balance the volume in each speakers. You can see there L for left speaker R for right speaker and F for front speaker and then R for rear speaker. Put them all in zero to have equal sounds volume.

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Make sure switch is on, try pluging it into an external MP3 player.
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Factory speakers usually have low resistance ( 2 ohm) When replacing speakers with aftermarket, most aftermarket speakers will be 4 ohm. If you want the same sound you may have to buy some resistors to put on the speakers (across the + and -). By putting a 4 ohm resistor across the connectors will now make the speaker 2 ohms which in effect will raise the volume. Depending in what vehicle you replaced the speakers the resistance will vary.

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push the "sound edit" button on the remote, it will bring up things like, bass, center spkr, rear spkrs.. change the volume control on the rear spkrs.

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rear speakers are not designed to put out the same output as fronts. They are for supplemental sound only, to make it seem like there's something happening behind you.

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Driving 2 sets of speakers with an external volume control on one set.


I think it's a bad idea to use a simple potentiomenter to do what you want to. You'd be better off using another amplifier with RCA cables in between them. It's not hard to find an old amp that you could use these days.

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Channel level output can be adjusted in the menu if you have the remote. Set the rear channel level volume higher and the fronts lower if need be, and then turn up the volume. Enjoy!

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