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Ipurchased a DTSS2210 speakerbar, but able not about to get sound from the bar. All connectionhave been double checkedd and still nothing. also the HDMI cable ultra 6oo HDMI will not fit into the back of the modem. please let me know why. I have a 22' flap screen PC (hd2201 SERIES) also running slow, should I uninstall the world book ( I chose to install the whole book) THANKS

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The DTSS-2210 is designed for the HD2200, the previous version of the one you have. That could be the cause of your problem...

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