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Can't hear my speakers, but i can hear through my headphones

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    yadayada May 26, 2011

    Do you have the speakers muted?

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Check the speaker connections, if you have a receiver that has front and rear,, switch the speakers to rear to make sure the speakers themselves are working correctly, by allowing the headphones to produce sound its letting you know the outputs for the receiver itself are good , also,, be sure that the speaker selection switch is ON and that its set for the correct speaker selection. (re front or rear or both) and that Mute isn't on

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