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Only 2 port in the back of the dvd player is working

I tried all of the speakers in all ports only 2 is functioning

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In some DVD players you need to activate the DOLBY or DTS settings in the audio menu. So you activate those options to get the sounds from all the speakers.

Make sure the DVDs must have DOLBY OR DTS recording.

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