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Samsung HT Z320 sub and center speakers dont work

All four speakers (front & back). I have a sony receiver that i am using from my stereo.

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Set the system to the FM receiver/ Tuner Option. Select the 'mode" button on the remote control. Set the system to the Dolby PL II option. This will engage all the speakers. I had the same issue and this fixed the problem!

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It would help to know what equalizer you have, but I will assume it is a stereo analog unit. With the exception of the Tape In/Out connections on the back of the receiver there is really no provision for an equalizer. Even the Tape I/O connections are of little use if you can't monitor the source through the Tape In connections. Even if that were to work, it will not function for any digital sources you may have. You should be able to install this between an analog external source and the input to the receiver if you have one particular device you would like to tweak.
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• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
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Here's how you hook them up:

- The left and right front channels from your receiver terminals should go to the terminals on the subwoofer marked 'From Amplifier'
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