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Balance problem Hi guys, I have a problem with the balance on my rear speakers with 5.1. Actually, I'm not even supposed to change the balance of the rear speakers, but the sound in the left one goes louder than the right one! How come?... And the front L/R are ok, and the center too! I don't understand why and it's pretty annoying to watch movies... :-/ Thanks for your help!...

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  • Quentin Lowagie Jan 31, 2008

    I found the source of the problem. Actually the wires were touching each other near the plugs at the back of the amp, reducing the sound (I mean, +/- wires for each speaker). I isolated them with tape and now it's ok. :-) Thanks anyway!

    ps: if it's not clear enough, just tell me

  • Anand Srinivasan
    Anand Srinivasan May 11, 2010

    does it happen all of a sudden... or does it happen all the time... coz this might happen due to the structure of the room....

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K i got it...

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