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Poor Surround Sound

I just got a new Panasonic Home Theater System. The rear speakers work, however their volume seems to be too low. This makes the sound just seem like it is coming from the front. How do I enhance the sound to the rear speakers to give it the theater effect? Thanks in advance for your help, Dave65

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There is a setting in the dvd player to up the rear speakers to a + setting you have to dig deeep somewhere in the speaker settings. mine did the same thing till I found it.

Posted on Apr 25, 2007

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