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I have a Panasonic SA-PT860 home cinema system. Problem is, the sound level out of the back speakers is very low, even on speaker test. I have swapped the speakers around and altered the db settings, all to no avail. The supplier is now trying to tell me that "this is the way the system is" ... can this be right ?

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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    I got exactly the same problem with my back speakers. The front speakers working very well, but the back isnt doing the same.

    It doenst matter what i do with the sound-settings.



  • ejnichols03 Aug 31, 2008

    I get no sound out of the wireless speakers that came with my Panasonic SA-PT860! I have tried reconnecting, power off/on and note that on the AV screen of the player, it has a flashing 'W1', which the manual says is a frequency conflict that it is resolving...it doesn't resolve it, and I get no sound...

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    i have the same ******* problem

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    Same for me! Anyone know a solution?

  • resitmazigi Mar 21, 2009

    same thing :(

  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    I've the same Proble of Frequency Conflict. How to resolve the same.

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SOURCE: Right speaker channel low, both front and and back, even the headphones

There might be a levels adjustment in the setup menu for distance or something, might check that before opening unit up.

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

SOURCE: one speaker is lower volume than others - right front

I think that maybe you setted the distance of the speakers wrong. Check your users manual and try to adjust the distance.

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SOURCE: center speaker

I had the exact same problem. In order to "almost" balance the center with the other channels I had to give the center +12db gain and the other channels -12db. So after I got that far with level calibration I tried some tv sound, well the center although was playing sounded like the highs were missing and a bit distorted. This is the good part, I turned the volume all the way up real fast, somewhere near max something fixed itself, the center became very loud. Now it works just like new. Hope this helps. BTW, the problem existed the same for sub channel, so when the center started working so did the sub.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: LG HT503PH home cinema system

Press the VSM button on the remote control until the display shows PL11 MOVIE or PL 11 MUSIC I personally prefer movie, that should give you simulated 5.1 on all speakers It works for me on both my TV and my xbox 360 which are connected.

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Right speaker is distorted with low volume, left

There is something wrong with the right channel amplifier, you need to get this equipment serviced.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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