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Only have sound on my front speakers with my HT - AS8 home theater system

I have checked all connections multiple times, and even swapped speakers connections to ensure that all the speakers are fully functioning. I only hear out of the front 2 speakers, nothing out of the 2 rear, center or sub. I'm pretty sure it is a programming issue, but for the life of me can't seem to figure this out. I'm not a novice at this, but am quickly running out of ideas. Please help.

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  • Jason Johnson Oct 07, 2006

    i have taken a look even further, but your description is a slightly better situation than i am in. I don't even have suround while watching a DVD. Even then, i only have the front 2 speakers working. i will continue to check my TV settings though.


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This is a very common complaint that new users complain about. On your system or modt folks system, they say that the DVD will work fine on the surround but the TV set and or the radio will not. The biggest problem I have found regarding this is that the TV set is not connected through the correct audio plugs and/or the suround selector switch was set to the wrong surround setting. Look on your owners manual for the correct settings when using a TV set or set the setting to differant mode while having the TV set on.

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