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I have had this receiver hooked up to my Mac computer via the digital toslink and sound has played through all the speakers in my 5.1 speaker system, but now I am only getting sound through the center and front right and left speakers.

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Get in your sound settings and instead of stereo output..set it for 5=1...and save the settings ...This will make it play all speakers again ..
the settings can be made in system preferences..sound...
http://www.ehow.com/how_5935094_change-sound-settings-mac.html

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