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No sound in rear speakers

I'm not getting any sound of out the right speaker on the headset (rear). Everything is plugged in and the left side is working great. My sound is set to 5.1 surround sound also..any suggestions?

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  • Jeiamn Oct 01, 2008

    I'm about to send them back, first thing out of the box, and the rear right speaker seems to be non functional.

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I figured this one out, although I might still send it back for an exchange. It turned out that the right rear speaker works just fine, however the jack seems to be flawed. When fully plugged in, the rear speaker input only picks up the left channel. If you pull it out just a little, say 1/8-1/4 the way out it will pick up both channels. Not a good solution but it works for the time being.

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