I have a Kenwood stereo of model number UD-505. I have attached two main speakers to the unit, as instructed in the owner's manual. I have then attached a centre speaker to the surround speakers port The speaker is hooked up to my TV through an RCA connection. I've been having a problem where whichever mode I choose, Dolby Surround, Pro Logic or 3-Speaker, I can't get the speakers to all work together. The large speakers work and the small centre speaker doesn't or the other way around. This speaker system in about 10 years old, so I haven't had any luck finding help anywhere else. The three speakers do work together on FM channels, so what input would you suggest?
Fingers crossed and thanks in advance.
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This could be due to a faulty speaker relay (if your unit uses one). Normally, the unit will "wait" a couple of seconds after you turn the unit on. Then you will hear a "click" and the sound will begin coming through the speakers. If the relay is faulty, it would cause the problem you describe.
As I understand it (& how I've got mine) is, center speaker under the TV (or over), left and right front speakers close (about 2-3 foot) to the TV and to the left and right respectively and the rear left and right speakers just slightly in front (2-3 foot) of the main viewing position and left & right respectively, for maximum bass resonance put your sub unit in the corner of the room (easy if your TV is in the corner) as it will have 3 surfaces to resonate off for better depth.
You may have the FIXED VOLUME LEVEL feature enabled in the AUDIO OPTIONS section of your TV's menu. You should be able to disable it from that menu as well if necessary.
This feature is often used when you are sending the audio signal out the rear audio output connectors of the TV to a stereo or home theatre system amplifier. That way you hear the TV audio through the stereo's large speakers instead of the small TV speakers. Then to raise the volume of the TV audio, you simply adjusting the volume of the stereo with the stereo remote instead of using the TV remote.
If the channel selector does not work either, then it's possible that you may have the CHILD LOCK feature engaged. See you owner's manual for instructions on how to disable the CHILD LOCK.
This is probably a setting problem on your remote-the unit will ony give full surround sound on Movies like dvd-on TV you may not get all speakers going as the cable does not provide signals to drive all speakers-check your manual and change to the appropriate setting-pro-logic is bad for this-will not give sound to all speakers unless the signal tells it to.