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Surround sound problems, help?

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Old 04-24-2014, 03:09 PM   #1  
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Question Surround sound problems, help?

Hi all,

I have just been to Currys and picked myself up a nice 3d blu-ray home cinema system, was first of all disappointed to find out that the nice 1,200 watt LG one I had taken a shine to last week was the last one of that model and had since been sold. To rub salt in the wounds, the slightly updated system it had been replaced by was an extra 150 so I had to settle for the 1,000 watt Samsung. I get home and am putting it all together (of course Currys has closed by this point) when I realise I am missing the wire to connect to the rear left speaker. So, basically I've decided to try and ignore that for tonight and deal with it in the morning when there's somebody around to answer the phone. I set it all up regardless however my front left speaker isn't working either?! Right, now I'm annoyed.. Was mainly here to ask the simple question (just needed a little rant about Currys) -
Would me not having the rear left speaker plugged in affect the front left speaker and cause it not to work or is it just a faulty product?

Hope someone gets back to me before I give them a piece of my mind tomorrow.
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The lack of a connection to one speaker should not have any affect on other speakers.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:19 AM   #3  
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I have seen amps go south if all the speaker connections were not made and the amp was activated. It may be a fuse went or the channel went out. My suggestion/ take it back, get your money back and get an Onkyo.
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