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Try interchanging the polarity of the rear speaker you could have a better sound output, if still no improvement power amp. I.C. of your rear spk. is defective

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Make sure there is nothing wrong with the speakers, or the wires them selves. If you are positive that everything is installed correctly, try using a new batch of speaker wire. If the speaker wire is pre-installed or already attached to the speaker from the factory, you might have to call and report a faulty product or try to find the break in the wire yourself. To make sure the speakers are working properly, be sure to plug them into the same connector as the front speakers to see if they receive the signal. if noise comes out of them when plugged into the front slots, then the speakers themselves are fine, and it is an issue with the wires or the unit itself.

Last, if it is not the speaker, or the wires, then you will have to remove the cover from the receiver or remove the wire inputs from the back of the receiver and make sure there is no connectivity problems with them. There might be a frayed wire, or a wire that has come loose, or a soldering issue. If so, you can try to tackle it yourself, or you might have to bring it into a repair shop, or call Sony.

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