Question about Yamaha RX-V2600 Receiver
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.
One rear channel is common. its called 6.1
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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