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I have a problem with mitsubishi M-AV1 stereo receiver, if i connect my cd player on loop in, i have audio only on A speakers and only the cd player audio, not from fm tunner or tape or vcr or any other and the surround speakers dont have audio, but if i connect my player on tape in,vcr in or any other i have audio only on surround speakers full vcr,tunning,phono but speakers A dont have audio please help me, note: i recently change the pre integrated STK3122III....

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Hi there,

If you are adamant your M-VR800's menu has been setup correctly (i.e. 5.1 setup test tone confirms all outputs are working), then another possibility will be your disc audio setup.

When you inserted your movie disc, did you check your audio options on the 'disc menu' and select 5.1 from the disc menu?

Some disc menus offer an audio choice between Dolby 2.0 (stereo only), Dolby 5.1 or even DTS 5.1. In this case, you may need to manually choose your preferred audio option from the disc.



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