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I can only get the left and right FRONT speakers to play in DVD mode or FM or through the TV. I know they work because during set-up, they respond to db settings. The manual I have is in Spanish.

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That is because you have defeated the surround mode and the system is in pure stereo mode ( 2.1 mode )

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Get a handle on how IT works, maybe find the manual and perform setup to verify the speakers work at proper levels.

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