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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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  • betteb Apr 29, 2008

    Changing to Multi channel mode turned off all the speakers. Is there another option?

    Thank You

    Bette

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You probably have to set it to multi chanal mode , while tv is most stereo the receiver has to decode that to 5ch

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