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Surround sound not working properly

I was just given a Kenwood VR-309. I am sure it works fine as it was barely used. I just can't seem to figure out why my surround sound speakers aren't working together. When I am in stereo mode I get my front R and L speakers, but my center and rear don't work. When I switch to ProLogic mode, my center and rear speakers work, but my front ones don't. I can't seem to figure out why this is the case. I am obviously getting sound out of all the speakers, just in different modes and not all at one time. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2007

    i hooked allt he speakers up properly and the sound only comes out of the front right and front left speakers what do i need to do

  • bradym Dec 26, 2008

    Same exact problem as toestring's.

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Hi guys,

Make sure that your sound aka dvd or whatever is set for a DTS (5.1) set your dvd at bitstreem and your receiver to automatic detection. When your movie will start you will heard your Receiver Relay//Mosfet clicking and a Red led will say DTS once you get there you will be able to select your Doldy digital surround the real one.

Ps: if you want to reset your VR-309 to default HOLD the POWER button for 5 sec unplug it from the wall hold it for 5sec while unplugged and replug it will be rested to default.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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