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I can't get surround sound from my theatre system

We purchased a Panasonic 5.1 home theatre system and left off the rear speakers (to keep from running wires across our floor) and hooked up the two new ceiling speakers to the unit but the ceiling speakers are not working well. We can slightly hear them if we get up close and listen but otherwise all we hear is the front and side speakers. Can you help please?

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I have a samsung bd1250 theatre system, the blu ray player doesn't see the rear speakers even in the test tone system. how do i get the blue ray to recognise these rear speakers?

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What you are referring to as "ceiling" speakers could be your surrounds and so the volume is supposed to be much lower for special effects. Are you sure this is a 5.1 system and not a 7.1 system? A 7.1 will have ceiling speakers not a 5.1.

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Read your manual , there is a level setting for each channel as well as a test function. Also remember most media on pro-logic mode dont have to loud sound from the rear speakers. Only a forced mono mode may give you louder sound at the rear. Regards PSP

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