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I have a Yamaha v661 receiver, i have 4 polk r50's and a polk cs2 hooked up to it. i just recently noticed that my fronts arent on, i havent really cranked it in a while and with the center i hadnt really noticed that they were off until i put in ironman and cranked it and noticed a difference. its a problem with the receiver as ive switched the the speakers around and they all work. for some reason the receiver isnt putting anything to the fronts. Now ive tried messing with the settings on the receiver but i cant get them to work.


So my question is there anything i can do to try and remedy this on/in the receiver? the warranty is up, but will yamaha be able to fix it if i send it in? am i just screwed? if i am should i upgrade or stick with the same receiver, if upgrade what is a good upgrade??



Thanks for your time and help.
 

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nevermind, the fronts were turned off, i guess when my nephews were here a month ago they probably pushed the speaker button on the front. i pushed it and they came back on!! hurray!!



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Recently I installed a RX-V363 receiver. It's connected to Cambridge Soundworks speaker and sub. The input is from Comcast cable digital box using an Optical cable.


Let's say the cable broadcasts a program in Dolby and the commercials in Pro Logic. I do not get any sound from the receiver during the Commercials. When the program resumes in Dolby everything is ok. This primarily seems to happen for NBC, ABC and CBS in HD. Since the channels are also available in non-HD, I switch to the equivalent non-HD channels to see what the sound input is. It seems to be Pro-Logic.


How do I make my receiver to automatically switch whenever the sound is not input at Dolby.


I have tried to manually switch using the remote. I don't get any sound at all.
 
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