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Need help with SSI Cineplex 1500 Home Theater hook up..have all speakerwires hooked up,have 2 wire rca cable hooked up to input on system,going to output on satellite reciever, whaen I hit test tone I hear test tone, also hear sound coming through speakers,But when I cut off test tone I have no sound coming out of speakers.only sort of a hissing sound..What can I do?

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Hi, Hiss soundare from RCA cables.You need to reconnect again,but using a different cable for connection.

And also sometimes home theater acts that way during test mode, Check the manual and you will see how to set the home theater to see the mode that will allow all speakers to work. It's a normal thing when connecting a newly bought home theater.It the settings.Use the manual.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

  • moonrunner63 Jul 07, 2010

    Thanks for the help, but only problem is I have no manuel for this..all I have is hook up guide..

  • ikechukwu joshua
    ikechukwu joshua Jul 07, 2010

    Hi, was there any need forthe 2 top rating?could have just toldmeyou needed manual.


    (ssihtp.com/1500/1500.pdf).


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