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No sound I hooked up my DVD player everything works except I get no sound. I plugged the video in cable from the monitor to the video in on the player. I pluged in the audio out to the audio out on the player and get no sound. If you hold a speaker up to your ear you can barily hear anything. anyone have a fix?

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You must connect from audio out to audio in and. Video out to video in

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