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Onkyo TX-SR605 7.1 Auto tune problem

When i run through the auto set up with the mic plugged it gets to the left back speaker and stops,telling me to re try. I've re stripped my wires connected again and swapped speakers (to make sure there all right) and still no good. All other speakers are good till this point in the process what can i do?

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Re: onkyo TX-SR605 7.1 Auto tune problem

If you only have 5 speaks hook them to surround not surround back. this shoud work
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Posted on Dec 01, 2007

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