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Originally Posted by Christian van Offeren
So this problem I have never had before, and it ONLY happens to one speaker/wire? Which is my Back Rear SPeaker/cable.
I tried connecting the speaker to Surround Left, and then the Surround Left Receiver channel will be reported as "phase error"
So clearly it seems to be only this one speaker/cable
Why I did audyssey today? Because I installed 4 new height speakers, so now I have a 5.1.4 setup.
Before I was using my brand new Marantz 6011 without any such errors for a month or so.
So what gives?
I read some messages about not correct wiring + - etc. But as I have not had this error before, and I triple checked the connection to the Receiver and the cables itself on the speaker... (All my black lined cables are on "-" and the Normal white cable is on "+") This Speaker is no different then my other ones, same way connected. Cable is in pristine condition from the looks of it. So I have no idea whats up
Some say you can just choose ignore, but should I? Yes Receiver/Windows sees the speaker and sound is coming from it like normal but...
Doesn't feel right.
Ihad the exact same error message with my Denon. Make sure you don't have any loose strands making contact with the opposite terminal or wire. If all is good, just ignore and carry on.
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