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Old 01-22-2013, 05:45 PM   #31
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Got the optical cable and hooked it up. Sound is much better but I am only getting sound from one soeaker, the center speaker directly above tv. Any suggestions as to how to get sound out of rest of speakers?
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:05 PM   #32
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Got the optical cable and hooked it up. Sound is much better but I am only getting sound from one soeaker, the center speaker directly above tv. Any suggestions as to how to get sound out of rest of speakers?


When I was first checking out our 36RL (we have the LG system), I discovered that only 2 out of 5 sets of speaker wires were connected (primarily from being too short). I extended the wires and placed the LG player into test mode and connected the speakers to the appropriate outputs. Now all of the speakers worked except the sub-woofer. I had that checked when I had mycoach in to the factory for its annual inspection and they ended up replacing the sub-woofer.

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How do I put LG player into test mode to check speakers. I will do this tomorrow.
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How do I put LG player into test mode to check speakers. I will do this tomorrow.






Unfortunately, my coach is stored away for the winter and it has been several months (last summer) since I went through this process. I found the speaker test mode referenced in the LG manual, so, I would recommend that you become very familiar with the manual.



1. You will have toconfigure your TV input so that it is receiving a signal from the LG player/amplifier. This is so you can see the LG menu selections on the TV screen.



2. As I recall, the speaker test placed a display on the TV screen with the 5 speakers indicated andsent a white noise signalto each speaker for several seconds. The test signal was then sequentially sent to each speaker continuously circulating through all 5 speakers until you terminate the test.



I hope this helps to get you started. If you need more, I will have to spend some time in my coach and review the process again my self.

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