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Back speaker sound

I have one speaker connected as a back left speaker. I get sound from it when I select 7ch audio, but never hear anything from it when listening to a movie with Dolby Digital or any other selection. Appreciate any suggestions.

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One rear channel is common. its called 6.1

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Why would you only hook up one speaker for the rear channel? in 7 channel stereo, all speakers have 100% signal sent to them as "stereo" in Dolby digital, rear speakers are for "effects" not dialog. like a plane flying past you or a car driving by, that's when you hear a rear speaker. It also needs to be placed behind you, not next to you or in front of you. Unless you are using zone 2 & 3 the receiver's surround back will work. if you only have left,right,center,sub & rear; the rear speakers should go to surround speakers not surround back. If you still have questions, post a comment and I can explain further. Hope this helps

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