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No sound in wireless speakers and subwoofer.

I am not getting sound from the wireless rear speakers and subwoofer.
Do I have to press >> and number 3 on the remote and receiver as well as both I/D sets or one I/D set then press >> number 3 then I/D set on the other wireless transmitter or subwoofer?

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  • vivstar Dec 13, 2007

    I have a new panasonic SC-Pt1050 system but there is no sound coming from the 2 rear and the center speakers. They are all connected properly and the digital transmitter has detected the system. Help!!

  • k1nggeorge Dec 25, 2007

    No sound from wireless speakers

  • Mojo 58 Feb 18, 2008

    I have simalar problem But when I push the butoonon the remote nothing shows up on screen. Also can the rear wireless speackers work w/o the subwoofer?



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I had the same problem and tried it both ways. The sound did come from the rear but was very soft. I used the microphone that came with the receiver to optimize the sound and that also helped. But what I really noticed was that certain movies make use of the rear speakers more then others.

Posted on Dec 26, 2007


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