Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi. my rear "wireless speakers dont work. The front dongle is a solid blue light the rear just flashes. but no sound. m do you have to link them or do you need to activate the dongle? how do i get it it work?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's the fix: power off the sub-woofer and wait for 60 secs before powering it on again. My rear receiver works every time now. I guess the sub-woofer isn't just a dumb speaker; it has some kind of smarts in it too.
Prior to this, I had only tried cycling power to the DVD player itself. I also re-seated the two, fat cables connected to the junction box. One of them had worked itself slightly loose and the result was completely absent speaker channels.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: Rear Wirelss speaker do not work
With the main unit turned off, press and hold [REMAIN] on the home theater's remote for 4 seconds. (The REMAIN button is directly under the 7 button). Once held down for 4 seconds, the Volume Indicator on the main unit will turn on for 1 second. Release the [REMAIN].
Press the [RESET] on the back of the Wireless Receiver 2-3 times. The Standby/On LED on the front of the Wireless Receiver will blink 3 times
Turn on the main unit. The Link LED on the wireless receiver will light up if process is done correctly. The front of the main unit will no longer say REAR CHK and the rear speakers should now function correctly.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
I seen the same thing when I first opened mine except my "center" speaker wan't working. It had to do with the "Mode" it was in. The Mode button at the botoom of the remote changes the speaker configuration.
There is also an option in the setup that allows you to turn on/off speakers for the system, all of mine were either Present or Small which enables them to work.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
If you go into the set up menu and go to the speakers set up - it only shows the right, left, centre and subwoofer on the screen. You need to go down to the box below these speakers and activate the rear speakers which are not shown. The wireless section will then light up w1/2 on the display at the front of the scbt100 - i had to call panasonic to figure this out and they advised me it was missing from the instructions!!!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Yes, very easy and cheap if you get it from the right place. Fiber Optic going from the output of the device to the input of the receiver. If your lucky enough to have an input/output fiberoptic in your tv, run the fiber from the device to the tv input, fiber the output of the tv to the receiver so not only are you getting the device full surround sound, but you'll also get better TV surround sound for those that are made with Dolby pro logic II sound. (pretty much all the newer movies and shows)
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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