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No clear sround sound from my receiver

I have a AV3801 about 5 years old first i had very good sound and then after while start blowing my polk spekers almost 5 or 6 time till i am out of warranty i bougth new speakers but i don't have nice clear surround sound i am wondering if any thing wrong with my receiver

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  • nadimk Feb 09, 2008

    even an expert installer come and set it up all the wire coected properly.
    what is level use 0?

  • nadimk Feb 09, 2008

    i am not sure what cable A or D please explain or call me the # is in my profile we can discues.

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ALL CONECTION +- CORECT ect cheak al wires on speakers and reciver cheak level use 0

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    nick helpap Feb 09, 2008

    on main unit set all speaker levels at 0 only in main manus what cables are uusing also digital or analog

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    nick helpap Feb 09, 2008

    just cheak on back of sterio macke sure red going in postive black going in negitives ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 09, 2008

    if these are crossed and u crank it it wil blow stuff or on the speaker terminals

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