Question about JBL SCS200.7 Home Cinema Package System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a problem with the speakers not working properly. The green lights lit, but the amount of sound coming from the speakers compared to that of the sub was much lower.
I decided to take it the speakers apart.
I found that the magnets on the speakers had moved forward slightly in the plastic cage they sat in. I pushed them back as far as they would go, and Hey Presto! working again!
I hope this helps someone!
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: we have recently just bought
Really this is a question of sources. The reason your able to hear surround sound when connected to your DVD player is that is what is providing your audio and video source. When your watching television it would depend on how your getting your broadcasts. If you are either receiving an over-the-air broadcast or cable directly to your set, your television becomes the source. As your television is providing the signal, you would need it to loop back to your receiver to provide that surround sound.
Now for the good news, if you have a cable or satellite box these should have outputs to connect to your receiver to provide the audio source.
Also keep in mind not all broadcasts provide a version of surround sound. Most newer home theater systems will replicate surround sound artificially.
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2008
check your speakers on another source to cancell out if it,s truly the speakers , if not then you could be in stereo mode which would explain the three front speakers ,mains and center working! other then that unplug and reset ,and if not that then their is an internal amp issue with your system , hopefully you can get it working ,if not check your warranty and see if the manufacturer will repair or replace for you , hope i was able to help you ,please leave a nice rating if i was of help thank you Sincerely glenn mayer
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: Panasonic multi connections
HDMI audio in this setup is a one way street. Audio will not come back from the TV to the audio system.
Sorry as you have not shown the model number I can not advise on the system fully.
However, it is standard on the current Panasonics to use Optical audio as a return feed or phonos.
Optical would be best as it carries full digital surround, whilst the phonos only carry "surround"
It may help for you to look a the new Panasonic web sit as there is now an interactive "How to connect your system"
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
problem could be in wiring, fuse, crossover or the components can be damaged. the original JBL tweeter and 5.25" speaker are no longer available so replacement options would be the only alternative.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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