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Surround sound problems

I have a Genesis Media Labs 5.1 surround sound system and the only speaker outlet that is working is the one labeled (SL- & SL+) could you please give me some advice or maybe send some schematics so that I might give it a try? I,m no expert but with some guidance I might be able to tackle the problem.
Thanks a million!!
Roy

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  • 7tibby Aug 04, 2008

    i just bought an genesis 5.1 surround system model G-608 .i can't figure out how to get the sound from all speakers ,also don't understand why there is so many inputs in the dvd is this for speakers ?i've been hooking up the red and white rca jacks to these slots were it says cen sl fl

    sw sr fr but it only gives sound to the one that are pluged in does this mean that i have to buy a dvd player that has 6rca connection just for speaker ?I've hook up many sterios and this one has me so please help if you can understand thanks Dwayne

  • maybone Mar 28, 2009

    I have the genesis g-608, with the same problem. Only 2 or 3 of the 5 jacks have any output, while the remaining have little or no output or voltgage on them. Any place in particular I should start looking? Any help would be grand!

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Hi I have the same problem with my genesis 608 and the woofer underneath is working but very muffled and neither of the speakers or surround sounds are working. Please help

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Hi reddogcov


You can view the user manual and wiring diags here

Hope it helps:)

regards
Graeme

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Apr 08, 2008

    Hi Roy, I am your expert...just wondering if the information i gave you was incorrect? Noticed you gave me a Thanks for trying rating. I have been repairing this type of gear for 25 years.... Just wondering why you gave me the low rating. Thanks for trying is generally reserved for solutions where the solution provider does not really know what they are talking about. I know i am capable of sorting the problem out for you. How did you go with checking your connections and following the manual for ideas first?

    regards Graeme

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    Graeme Ross Apr 09, 2008

    hey again Roy... :)

    Hope it would not be too much to ask for you to upgrade this rating, its just that they still push your overall rating down by heaps when they stay, and it would be great if you could upgrade me! :P

    Cheers

    regards
    Graeme

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SOURCE: no output

The most basic check is to see if there is a blown fuse in the sub woofer unit. Then the power supply should be verified for proper voltage, and load tested. Once this section passes, then it is on to the amplifier in the unit.

You can only have the service manual from the manufacture if they will sell you a copy. It is the same for any dedicated parts.


Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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