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No voice i cant listen voice from front left and front right speakers

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Check your "main menu" settings. If you are not using a center channel you need to go into "speaker settings" toggle to "center channel" and select "none" If that's not what your question is, post a comment with some more detail and I will gladly help you more. Hope this helps.

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I would:
1- First make sure you are properly testing using a reliable source, such as a CD Player or itunes. 2- Make sure the Listening Preset is not on Dolby Pro Logic. Make sure it is on Stereo mode and see if the problem persists.
What usually happens is that when listening to 2ch (Left and Right) Audio such as Television or Music and Dolby Pro Logic is on as a preset, Dolby Pro Logic analyzes both Stereo tracks, tries to detect the voices (center channel), ambient sounds (surround and fronts) and processes the signals into a 5.1 or 6.1 System. You tend to get a fading effect when Dolby Pro Logic is selected and listening to an old VHS, DVD or even music.
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Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Pink
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Blue
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Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Blue
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Red/Yellow
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Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black
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first ill suggest if your phone is under warnety then kindly go for support from where you buy, it is much better to utilize your warranty claims on first priority. If your warranty is expire then do the following steps

  1. On the side panel of your phone their is volume key button for increasing or decreasing voice check weather it is not too much low by increasing the volume
  2. you can also check your phone speaker by recording your own voice in , just find this icon in your main menu da6b529.jpg Record your own voice and listen if you are getting your voice clear. or play any ring-tone if your listening any sound from the speaker that mean your speaker is okey.
Note : we often get these problem in mobile communication that we can listen voice of a caller or caller cant able to listen our voice it is because of the disturbance in communication signals, or low signals in high traffic areas.

From all of the above attempts you still not getting any voice from your phone speaker then might be your speaker is not working and you have to replace it , contact authorized samsung hardware support and change your phone speaker .

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I like your thinking...that's just too simple. Nope you must plug the left speaker into the right speaker and pug the power supply into the right speaker. Then plug the right speaker into the GREEN receiver.
That works if you have two speaker..(and/or a sub woofer) it you have four...five...then we use all of those pink, black, white, yellow receivers. But that is a lesson for another day...good luck my friend.

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