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Re: Rear speakers dont work
Check all your speaker wires probably they are broken.if they check good then you will have to get a tech to look at your set it could be your set output ic or transistor gone bad and need to be replaced.and if it is a old set buy a new one probably it wont worth the while to repair it.
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There are a few things required for the rear surround channels to operate;
1. The surround back channels must be enabled in the surround setup menu.
2. The media being played through the receiver must have audio encoded for the rear surround channels. There are only a few exceptions to this but I'll exclude the explanation for simplicity.
3. The audio level of the speaker channels must be set high enough to be audible.
Enter the surround setup menu with your remote. Use the center button on the remote to toggle through the selections, press down on it to enter the selection. You will navigate to a selection in the surround setup menu that says "surround back" or S/B with a selectable yes or no indication. Press on the center button to enable them.
Media like DVD or Blu-ray that has 6.1 or 7.1 channel audio has separate, or often referred to as "discrete" or "matrixed" audio intended for playback through surround rear speakers, depending on the music or movie. If your media is encoded for 5.1, then there will be no audio sent to these speakers. However, with the different modes of on-board digital processing of this receiver you can still have audio through these speakers.
Last but not least is the actual playing level of these rear surround channels. They may simply be adjusted to quietly. Enter the setup menu with remote, choose "level" and navigate to the rear surround channels. You can adjust the level up or down in 1/2 dB level increments by toggling left or right with the center button. Each surround channel can and should be adjusted independently and equally.
The speaker wire is supposed to be connected to a mono right angle 1/8" male plug. It resembles the same plugs at the end of headphones used for all sorts of walkmans, cd players, mp3 players... But the plug on your speakers is mono so instead of there being two bands on the plug for stereo, you need the mono variety, the one with one band. They plug into two small female holes located on the bottom rear of the boombox. You might see some small black plastic clips along the bottom of the boombox held in place by one screw. These things are meant to keep the speaker wire from hanging out from the bottom of the boombox.
if its a 5.1 channel home theater,it means you have to hook up the subwoofer or maybe a center speaker to its terminal to have them all working. 2 front speaker,2 rear speaker and 1 center speaker or subwoofer =5 and amplifier is 1 so it is a 5.1 channel.hope this help..