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Speakers not working

I cannot get the rear and ceter speakers to work.The amplifier is an older unit and it has dolby prologic. mod no. A- SV 210 MADE JUNE 1996 I have never tried to hook up all speakers before and I bought it new.

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  • buggyman Feb 15, 2008

    thanks will try

  • buggyman Feb 15, 2008

    thanks will try

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Also take a good look at the back of the amplifier. Some have jumpers that might need to be moved.

Check out the other speakers by temporarily connecting them to the outputs that work to make sure the extra speakers are ok.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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Make sure that you have switched on/pressed all the needed button to have the center and the rear speaker to work. there is a switch there that allows you to choose either stereo ( left and right speakers only ) or surround ( center and rear speakers included ).




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