Two of the 5 speakers work on test but not for actual sound
After configuring and testing all 5 speakers (which all 5 worked great on test) I set the TV to an action movie and found that the right front and the left surround speakers do not produce any sound. Can you help me?
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Review the speaker set up instructions to determine whether the correct sizes have been selected. In some speaker configurations, signals are mixed or redirected to compensate for size limitations and other factors.
Did it ever work properly? If not, let's get down to basics and set it up for the simplest configuration it can have: FM source in stereo with front left and right speakers, no Surround Mode, no DSP, no Tape Monitor, no Mute, Volume not turned all the way down. Does that work?
Do you have Surround Speakers defined in System Setup A? If not, only Dolby Surround or Off are valid Surround Modes.
Is T2 Monitor indicator lit? Press the Tape-2 Monitor.
Is there acceptable sound other than during Speaker testing? NO? Is MUTE On?
Select different modes on the remote or front panel and make sure all speaker that you have hooked up are showing on display. Are the Lt & Rt channels at least playing audio? If you want, i can step you thur some steps to try in live chat if you want today. Let me know as i have experience in this area! Sincerely Guru Jay
Two possibilities for the no sound on the main speakers: 1) May be caused by the lack of the pre out main in jumper on the back of you reciever. 2) Check to make sure the -10db selector is not stuck between positions.