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There is no sound going to the rear speakers. Is there a certain mode I need to have the receiver on. If it is not a mode switch, is it a relatively simple fix?

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Assuming you do have all 5.1 speakers connected and a digital signal (DVD/CD etc)
Make sure that you have the surround speakers connected into the right spot on the rear of the amp: they can be confusing with their markings.
Front speakers should be in speaker A front.
You must have the sound setting or sound programme on Dolby Digital or similar, Not just stereo. There should be a dial or button on the front panel for this.
Bear in mind that the rears are the only for effect and do not alway produce sound.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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