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Nakamichi AV-7 5.1

Thanks for the response......

We are on 5.1, the problem seems to be that the amplifier when played on Prologic (1) Surround..the front right speakers do not work at all / is very very faint.

By just changing the mode to Natural, Hall, Stadium - the front right speaker works well. So, where does the problem lie?

Since the speaker works fine...could the problem be with the DSP???

Can you please advise??

Tks
Surya





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In this case the centre speakers are the main route to the sound. 5.1 is for movies, where the centre speaer takes predcedence.

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