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Speaker settings Hi tech gurus and wizs... I've got audio working from front L and R speakers... but can't get the center speaker to work at the same time... changing the Surround settings has the center speaker working w/out the L and R speakers... trying to figure out how to have all three (C, L, and R) speakers working simultaneously. I've been messing for hours... suggestions? Which settings should I use for the audio to play in C, L, and R speakers? I'm using RCA from my Tivo (video goes directly from the Tivo to the TV, bypassing the JVC receiver).

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  • lainiebee Jan 20, 2008

    So... it definately selects Pro Logic automatically because I'm not using a digital optical audio cable....

    When I turn Surround ON... the audio no longer comes in on the L/R speakers... I only get audio on the center speaker.

    When I turn Surround OFF... the audio comes in only on the Center speaker...

    When I set the DSP mode, Surround goes OFF... if I turn Surround ON the DSP mode goes OFF.

    Can you be more specific about what you think the solution is?

    I have the manual but when it reads that I should see a L or R level
    adjustment, I just see the L/R balance, and it is centered and should
    work fine, but no audio from L/R when Surround is ON.

    Thanks!


  • lainiebee Jan 20, 2008

    I know the center speaker works... cuz it does when the Surround is
    ON... but the L/R don't... UNTIL I turn Surround OFF... then they
    work.

    No stereo or surround settings on the Tivo output... but that shouldn't
    matter.. it's all RCA inputs into the JVC receiver... so it's gotta be
    one of the DSP settings... no reason why selecting Surround ON should
    turn the L/R front speakers off... right?


  • lainiebee Jan 20, 2008

    Eh well... thanks for your time. I bought it used on craigslist... sucks though.

    Have a great day!

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U shoudl run cable back form tv main outs to input on sterio has to be in prologic modes to get all sopeakers to work ok not streio 2ch on reciver use dsp modes only

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    this for tv sound then does tive or tv settings have slectable out put liek sterio or suround try changing that try to run rca out from tv main outs to sterio ch video 1 or sumting cheak speaker wires in back red on postive all ok in stuff can u tel yur tivo sterio out not digital pcm use bitstream ?

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    ya sound like internal problem sound just come all on is tape mon off a ch on only

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    try to reach the seller return it get youself nice kenwood one ebay 7.1

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