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Automatic speaker set up tx-sr604

I am at step 1 and running the measuring test.  I do not have surround sound speakers and I only have the "back" surround speakers.  I get "no" on left and right on the surrounds and "yes on everything else except the "yes" for the backs are blinking and I am getter an "error detect" message.  I have retried several times including shutting machine off and it won't send me the the "next" page.

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  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2007

    Exact same problem here. I am using front/main speakers, a center channel, and rear but no side or sub.

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