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I hook my rxv795 and found my rear speakers although going were quiet ,have i got problems in my receiver ?is it blown,help please

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If you've set up the speaker levels according to the manual (you DO have the manual, right?) and the rear speakers worked then, maybe your program material has little audible surround going on.
It's not blown.

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