Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
I have tried every combination and find that the left speaker and cable work but the rear speaker output terminal wont work. I am not sure if it is not getting a signal from the main unit or if the rear receiver is receiving a signal but not amping it up to the speaker. Is there a way to check if it is the sending unit or the receiving unit?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's the fix: power off the sub-woofer and wait for 60 secs before powering it on again. My rear receiver works every time now. I guess the sub-woofer isn't just a dumb speaker; it has some kind of smarts in it too.
Prior to this, I had only tried cycling power to the DVD player itself. I also re-seated the two, fat cables connected to the junction box. One of them had worked itself slightly loose and the result was completely absent speaker channels.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
Hi...I found your post while searching for the answer to the same question! I thought I'd let you know what the tech support person told me, which worked immediately. There is a button on your remote that says MUSIC with SRD above it. Push this button, while surround sound speakers are on, and they should work instantly. They are quieter than the regular speakers, so you might have to turn up the sound. Hope this works for you (if you are still having troubles, that is). The manual was no help with this subject. So frustrating!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: S-Sir Sub Unit won't pair
In order to properly pair the units, verify that the channel switch on the back of the sub units are set to either A, B, or C. Then go into the setup menu and go to setup tab. You can then scroll down to system setup. Verify that the base unit is set to the same channel as your sub units A, B, or C. You then can choose the pairing operation. Have your sub units close to the base and on for this operation. They must be linked to have the pairing operation work. The pairing option will ask if you are ready to pair a sub unit. Select OK. You will then be instructed to begin pairing. Find the pairing button on the back of the sub unit and depress. Depending on the sub unit you may see a red light flash or the front display will say pairing. Once complete the menu screen on the TV will tell you that the pairing is complete and ask if you would like to do another unit. Continue if you have another unit or select OK to complete the process. Once you return to the system setup menu the channel indicator A, B or C will have the work pairing next to it (i.e A (pairing)). If you continue to have trouble you can change the RF channel on the system setup menu from AUTO to ON. Good Luck. CEB
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: 5.1 Surround Sound Cutting Out
Yes you are right man, this problem occurs only with the cable problem, i can explain you, if there is a receiver problem means you won't get the sound its dam sure,
only if there is a cable problem you will get some noise or sound cut off with the speakers, so you please check the cables properly it will be alright.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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