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If this is on your computer you should be able to adjust the sound properties/ rear volume in the control panel under sound or audio. often though , rear speakers are suppose to behave this way. they are intended for "wide" and background sounds only when using the true 5.1 Try a movie that has 5.1 sound marked on it. You should be able hear them. Best of luck

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