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No surrond, it wants me to connect calibration mic, what duse that mean. I put t all front on the speakers then thy all come on.

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Usually the rear speakers dont have audio unless something goes from front to back. You could also try some of the different sound fields to get a simulated surround effect. Digital sources will give you the most accurate sound field. Try a bluray dvd player. Hope this helps.

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