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I have the receiver setup for 5.1 channel sound. I never had a problem before I moved, but now, all I get is 2 channel sound. I have connected the the leads from the other speakers to the front speaker terminals to verify that there is nothing wrong with the speakers/wires.The receiver simply is only sending signal to the front speakers. This is constant for all input sources, either analog or digital.

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  • izeman0302 Oct 08, 2010

    That's how I set the receiver up for 5.1 channel sound. All the speakers are lit on the display, but still only 2 channel sound. I have changed the levels as well to see if the others speakers have any output at all (i.e. turning down the levels on the front speakers while raising the others), but nothing.

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It is possible the system has gone into a 2ch speaker setting.

Check out pages 17 to 20 of your manual for speaker settings.

In case you do not have the manual you can download form this site. Click on download and Scroll down to enter the verification code displayed and start the download.

Hope this helps you to set the sytem up back it used to be. Please rate the solution so that fixya can help you better in future.

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For an unknown reason the speaker setup is set to 2.0 - just the front ones.
How to fix that using the buttons on the case, not the remote: press Setting and turn the MultiJog (selection button) until QUICK SPK SET appears on the screen; press Set; turn the MultiJog until 5.1 is selected; press Set; turn the MultiJog to select the room size; press Set; press Setting.

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  • Azrael SRL Oct 09, 2010

    In that case the source coming in the receiver is a stereo one so this is what it outputs. You will have to enable Surround to get 5.1 from a 2.0 source.

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