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Teac ag-d9100 center and surround speakers are not working , very very low volume.. the others all work fine. Anybody know where to start troubleshooting. Its not a fuse that I can see , at least that i know of

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Want a good advise? Sell your TEAC AG-D9100 while it still working. Very very bad conception. It's gonna blow on you soon. Best regards,


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You have to enable them and turn the volume on them up separately with the speaker config, level trim, and up/down select buttons on the remote. You can also adjust the rear speaker delay time or just hit the test tone button and adjust the volume on each speaker separately as it goes through them one at a time...

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