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    SN41G2 5.1 Audio - Centre and Sub don't work simultaneously

    Hello

    I have a SN41G2, and I've just installed some 5.1 speakers.

    I have done the tests and stuff included on the nFORCE control panel etc, and the centre satellite produces no sound.

    When it says 'centre' it comes out of the sub.

    BUT if I pull the plug for the centre and bass out slightly, the centre satellite works, but then I lose the Sub !

    Regards

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    Yeah I had the same problem, I used a program to switch the channels around, called NVswap d'load off me I basically played around until I got sound from all speakers. Hope this helps.

    EDIT: Its a known issue with 5.1 on the SN41G2 :-/ I think they wired it up wrong .. .
    Last edited by rough_neck; 16-11-2003 at 07:40 PM.

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    Nice one !

    Yep that has fixed it

    Beautiful

    Thanks

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    nice one rough_neck, thanks for helping the guy
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    I'll second that

    Thanks again

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    Originally posted by Russ
    nice one rough_neck, thanks for helping the guy
    Originally posted by Mike_K
    I'll second that

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    No problem, so now when you do the test you should get

    Left > CENTER > Right > Left Surround > Right Surround > booom booom

    Also be aware that when you plug headphones in to the front port you lose the left and right channels, they now go through the headphones That one caught me out

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    Yesh, it all works very nicely now .

    I justed tested that out with some headphones - strange !

    Cheers

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    superstar

    it works on an SN45G too
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    Originally posted by mgh0
    superstar

    it works on an SN45G too
    hmmm I didnt realise that it was an issue with the SN45G, glad I know that cos I'm about to buy one (maybe)

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