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Denon AVR 588 Help Needed
4 replies to this topic
Posted April 06 2012 - 09:32 AM
Sorry if this has been discussed or answered already. I tried searching around and couldnt come up with anything pertaining to my issues. I just moved and reset all my speakers and devices the same way they were before I moved, however now when I select cinema I get only half of the audio. i.e. during watching shows, movies, or playing a game conversations and talking or sound effects do not play correctly but other sounds play just fine. Everything plays and works as normal with 5ch/7ch selected and cinema will play correctly when I change surround mode to music but that doesnt stay if i change back to 5ch/7ch I am totally lost right now and really need some help to get everything back to normal. I have the boston speakers that came with the set. Fronts are set to "A" and center is hooked up correctly as is the back speakers hooked up to surround. If i need to provide any additional info, please let me know. TIA and hope someone can jump in and help me out soon. Cheers!
Posted April 07 2012 - 11:19 AM
Posted April 07 2012 - 11:37 AM
Hi Jason, welcome to HTF! It sounds like your center channel is not hooked up properly. Doublecheck the connections at the speaker and the receiver to make sure.
Posted April 07 2012 - 02:44 PM
Hi Jason, welcome to HTF! It sounds like your center channel is not hooked up properly. Doublecheck the connections at the speaker and the receiver to make sure.OMFG! I feel like such a dumb$#!@! When I went through all the wires and took them all out and put them back in, I never bothered to check the other end connected to the acyual speaker and one was out. Thanks. I really appreciate it.
Posted April 07 2012 - 02:47 PM
I'm glad I could help! The problem is more common than you would think...just in the last month, someone else had the exact same thing going on!
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