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Sound problems through subwoofer

Hi i have a yamaha reciever dvr-c300 and yamaha sub woofer nx sw-300. i have 2 front,2 rear, center speaker and a subwoofer. What i cant figure out during dvd play why the front right speaker only plays sound sub plays bass others nothing. but when i put it on surround i get all sounds through the speakers but not the people talking on the dvd. i checked all the speaker connections and they are correct.my reciever connects to the sub using a 15 pin connector cable which till i replaced the cable i had no sub woofer sound but all the other speakers worked at least.

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  • Grimrepr Oct 17, 2007

    Thanks for any help

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Check all speakers wires andcheck test mode. every thing ok, may be input wiring problem ,check every thing after that internalcircuit may be problem..

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    I have a lg dvd reciever ht503 Inow 3 speaker ports work and 3 don't I find it's a common fault as with every lg surround I've had I get the same problem can it be an easy fix

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Ive taken my sub out b4 so it could be a loose wire or bad solder job, or just as well as the sub could be blown

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