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Noise on rear speakers

The system is a bit old but it was working fine. I didnt have my rear speakers hooked up due to the wire clutter in my room. recently i tried them on and all i could hear was noise (with faint sound) on both the rear speakers. when the speakers are plugged to the center channel it works great (so its not a speaker fault). all the other speakers work great. any help is much appreciated. thanks.

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Yeah i used to have this problem too forever, untill i was playing around with them and figured out the problem. on your remote there is a shift function, while holding shift you need to turn up rear speakers also on the remote, i think its near 1 or 2 or somthing. just look for rear level, turn that up and make sure you have the proper audio setting and that should fix it.

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