Question about Denon AVR-1604 Receiver
Denon AVR-1604 When I select only my B speakers, the rear A speakers and my sub-woofer stay on while the front 2 and center turn off. Does this have to be this way? My B speakers are outside, and to get a good volume to them creates a defening sound inside on the rears. I would think that if you only select the B set, all A speakers would shut down. I know the connections are correct, but is there a setup issue within the reciever? Thanks.
First, check you wiring. Have you tried to turn off all speakers then turn on only the "B" set?
Might also be your "surround" settings. Try a "2" channel mode if available.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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