Q&A: WHAT IS BYPASS IN 2 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER?

Question by Sar: WHAT IS BYPASS IN 2 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER?
I have 5.1 amplifier, when switch to 2 channels it say “bypass” and the speaker don’t produce sounds..
how can I produce sounds on my speaker in 2 channels? pls help me….

Best answer:

Answer by spacemissing
In a surround receiver, “bypass” usually means that
all of the digital circuitry is switched out of the signal path
so that it cannot (adversely) affect the sound quality.

In that mode, digital inputs cannot be converted to analog;
only analog inputs will produce any sound.

So… what input were you using…?

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