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    surround works, but very low, also my display does not show my center or surround speakers.



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MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE SPEAKERS WIRED INTO THE SURROUND NOT THE SURROUND BACK. IFF YOU HAVE SPEAKERS WIRED TO SURROUND MAKE SURE THE VOLUME FOR YOUR REARS IS TURNED UP.ALSO CHECK THAT YOU HAVE AMP SET FOR SURROUND SOUND,IE DOLBY DIGITAL OR PRO LOGIC TWO.

HOPE THIS HELPS.

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