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Old 04-07-2011, 12:02 PM - Thread Starter
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This may seem like a basic question, but one that I am having trouble with and thus brings me to your door.

I have 7.1 hooked up, but as you all know, there is not a lot of 7.1 movies.

How can I utilize my extra two speakers when watching a 5.1 movie. I don't care if the rear surround right is the same sound as the surround right. I would just like to use these extra two speakers I purchased.

I am using an Onkyo 706.

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Old 04-08-2011, 08:44 PM
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Try setting it for Dolby EX.

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This may seem like a basic question, but one that I am having trouble with and thus brings me to your door.

I have 7.1 hooked up, but as you all know, there is not a lot of 7.1 movies.

How can I utilize my extra two speakers when watching a 5.1 movie. I don't care if the rear surround right is the same sound as the surround right. I would just like to use these extra two speakers I purchased.

I am using an Onkyo 706.

Thanks


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Old 04-20-2011, 05:20 PM
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If not that, then try setting the listening mode to Pro Logic IIx.
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