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Speakers being bypassed

My center speaker is the only one working and the others are being bypassed somehow. i can hear backround noise but i only hear talking from the center speaker. when i start the movie the system says bypass and when i try using digital prologic i get nothing.

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  • eric degraffenried Apr 15, 2007

    i forgot to tell u that i can't find my owners manual.

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I would get a copy of the manual first. Check the speaker settings in the menu or front panel to deterimune if the "A" channel for the front are turned on. Center speaker will work under Pro logic settings(all). A stero source is required for at least Pro Logic processing. I looked unit up on e-coustics and found some speaker set-up problems related to input level.

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

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