Question about Audio Players & Recorders
A friend asked me to set up her sound system over the weekend. It's a TEAC AG-V8520 receiver with four speakers. I initially connected the speakers to the A terminals and to the rear speaker terminals. I connected a CD player and it worked fine. Ran wires under the house and connected everything in the same manner. Connected the cable box to video 1 and DVD player to the DVD terminals. I get no sound from the rear speakers. Thought that maybe I damaged the wires so I connected the rear speakers to the B terminals and bypassed surround. All four speakers work fine. Why am I getting no sound from the rear terminals?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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