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Connecting 5.1 speakers it comes up with error message: WA1- out of phase. I have rechecked all the speakers and it is not a problem with the connection. It is the front speakers that seem to be the problem

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It's telling you that based on its diagnostics the speakers are wired Out of Phase with each other. Carefully recheck the polarity of the speaker wring: + to +; - to -.

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

  • gchajek Jan 24, 2011

    I have the same problem (with 5.1 setting) and checked the polarity. It was correct, but I still have the problem.

  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Jan 24, 2011

    Page 39 says you may get an erroneous message regarding polarity depending on speaker type and the environment., and that it may be no big deal.

    The implication of the diagnostic is that you shoud reverse one of the polarities relative to the other and try again. I'd do that just to see what happens and how it sounds.

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