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Surround Speakers Out

I have an Onkyo HT-R340 AV receiver. Recently all the speakers quit working except the front left and right. The center channel, sub and rears are no longer working.

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SOURCE: Only one surround back speaker works

It sounds to me like one of your speakers may be mis-wired. Try reversing the speaker wire (don't switch right-for left, but switch negative for positive) and see if that changes anything.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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you are in stereo mode which only uses the two front speakers, hit the surround sound button remote or hit the mode button and cycle through until you get to the Dolby II setting

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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can't seem to get the sound to come on. i knowe i have sound but will not turn on

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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SOURCE: 3 speakers dont work

Check to make sure that Speaker B is not pushed. It's on the front panel on the bottom left.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Do you have speaker wire if not you will need some, the wire is cheap about $5 bucks a roll your local department store will have it. You see a red and black tabs on the back of the unit and on the back of each speakers you push down and stick one wire in the hole. red will be your + and black will be - The two surround go on the back wall behind your seat.The center will sit on top of TV and the sattalite speakes go beside the left and right side of TV. and the sub sits on the floor in hidding behind something or under a table. (P.S, Make sure the wire is shaved about 1/4 of inch before you stick in the wire DO NOT plug the power cord in, intill you hook up all the speakers this could damage the unit. You do not need a sub woofer, if you have one great If not don't worry that will not damage the unit it has a internal switch to turn on/off the sub woofer The sub woofer offers extra deep bass that you can't get from the sattalite speakers.)

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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