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NO SOUND I DON'T GET ANY SOUND IN CENTRAL AND SURROUND SPEKER'S BUT LEFT AND RIGHT THEY ARE WORLING FINE PLEASE LETME KNOW WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT IT THANKS 4 U TIME . CRISTHIAN URIEL

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  • patrick carolan Sep 14, 2009

    no sound in all but 2 speakers

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