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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-18-2011, 06:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Guys i bought a AV system all is fine but when i play mp3 from my Bravura i can only use 2.1 with my 5.1 system is any way possible to use 4.1? Front and back speakers? I have the audio set up with optical cable to the amp. (I can do surround but the sound kind of dies)



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There might be a setting on your AV amp to emulate surround sound, it's only doing 2.1 because that is what the source files are encoded in (2 channels / stereo). Your best bet is to take a look through the manual for a surround emulation setting (it's probably got a gimmicky name)

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well it works ok in surround mode and i kind of like it now that i EQ that channel for audio so i have to sets in memory movies and audio all is fine now



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