I have the receiver connected in a standard factory replacement setup and there is nothing going to the rear channels. The fader is at 00 and I have swapped front/rear once and they do work. Is there anything else on this unit that will make the rear channels not work, or is it just a bad one?
Run speaker wire from your rear speakers, either to your front speakers, or to your deck! i have a 96 suburban and had the same problem, i just ran speaker wire from my rear speakers to my front speaker wires, and was good to go! hope this helps........
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Re: Not rear channels
Some Dual in-dash mobile video players have a 2-zone function, but according to the owner's manual that one does not. There's no other function or feature on the XDVD8130 that would cause the rear speakers to shut off, so if you entered the correct model number it sounds like you have a bad unit.
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It appears that AUX6 is default factory strapped as POST FADER. If you want to change that you will have to disconnect jumper L to A for all channels you want the AUX to be pre-fader and instead connect K to S for the option jumpers. I don't know if this requires soldering or whether they are push on jumpers. These should be available in the back cover. In ADDITION you will have to run the switched pre/post fader switch in the PRE position which will make ALL AUX's that are strapped this way PRE FADER.
Sounds like there is a problem with the amp. Try switching the inputs around for that output on the amp. If that does not help, Yes I would have to say that there is a problem with the amp output circuit.
Bridge mode you use chan B (left connector on the back) using a SPECIALLY wired Speakon. The impedance of a speaker connected as such CANNOT be LESS than 8 ohms.
In the Main/Mon mode, the two amplifiers are separated in function. The monitor knobs for EACH channel input control the mix sent to Channel A which is for the monitor speakers. The Mon1 controls the level sent to Output A for the monitor speakers. Mon2 fader is NOT used.
The individual channel faders control the main mix and the Main fader controls the level sent to Output B which goes to the main speakers.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you have nothing connected as an input, you're NOT going to hear anything. I assume you can't get your inputs to get to main output fader(s), if that being the case, first make sure your gain knobs are up at about 12 o'clock position, your channel faders are up to 0 and then make sure "channel assignment buttons" are assigned to stereo outputs.
Unfortunately can't connect it that way. The pre out is only meant to go directly into an amplifier that has all of the same inputs (front/rear, center and surround), not a standard receiver. (Pre amp to amp only, not pre amp to receiver) If your Onkyo doesn't have all the same inputs as your Kenwood preamp has outputs you will just use your standard left/right outputs from the Kenwood to your Onkyo input (CD, Tape, Phono,DVD etc) then use the outputs (front/rear, center and surround) from your Onkyo receiver and connect directly to your speakers..
Check the back of your receiver, to see the plug with a set of 8 wires that should have the following color standard:
Left front: White
Right Front: Grey
Left Rear: Green
Right Rear: Purple
Note: 1) Colored wires with a line/stripe on it is NEGATIVE, thus connect to negative on speaker. When connected, speaker cone should vibrate OUT, not inwards, otherwise reverse speaker connection;
2) You can check to see if speakers are in the right order by 'panning' balance and fader controls (from left front only to right front only, to right rear only, to left rear only in succession)
3)If there is an amplifier in your setup, the RCA plugs (like home audio plugs, should be connected instead, NEVER both!)
Hope this helps
please make all your fader down-all your rotary control at middle(12 oclock position)------all your pressed pushbuttons in up position--disconnect all inputs cables----use good new cables for outputs---bring a good mic and connect it to any channel and raise its fader up and main mix faders up and check if the problem solved check your cables and your pressed button if not better to contact a good service center.
Well firstly are you using a parametric crossover with your radio and how much rca cables do you have coming you head unit (car radio) if you going to bridge the front up with you rear speakers u wont be able 2 hear the rear speakers try hookinking it up 2 your head unit's front speaker output and have ur rca cable connected to your amp running on your rear output of your head unit by doing this you can use your fader on your head unit to control your front and rear speakers
So your saying that you have no rear channel. Some recivers use a single stereo output ic for both sides on the rear speakers. you could have a defect with this IC . Anther thing Im sure you check3ed the obvious ie : the switch is on suround sound? If there is a front to rear fader is it in the middle? Good Luck