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Samsung ht-z310 home cinema no sound rear speakers

Hey just got it out box installed it correcty used my wireless reciever transmitter for rear speakers and no sound comes out in test tone all the other speakers working ok

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  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    I am having the same problem. I followed the instructions from the manual to try to link the surround sound module to the receiver and still nothing.

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I seen the same thing when I first opened mine except my "center" speaker wan't working. It had to do with the "Mode" it was in. The Mode button at the botoom of the remote changes the speaker configuration.

There is also an option in the setup that allows you to turn on/off speakers for the system, all of mine were either Present or Small which enables them to work.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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