You must be aware of the output impedance of your amp
you connect speakers in parallel and series in combination. eg- if the output impedance is 4 ohms,
connect two 8 ohm speakers in parallel
0r four 4ohm speakers as follows :- two pairs of speakers in paralell [+to+, -to-] then connect the +of one set to the - of the second set and the other two wires to the output.
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First of all, be sure that your SANYO TV is on the correct input for the HDMI port you're using. If that checks out, you might check to see that another device (e.g. blu-ray player, laptop, cable receiver, etc...) works with the SANYO TV using that same HDMI cable and port. If it does work, perhaps your Google TV box is set for a higher resolution than your SANYO TV supports.
1.control panel->system->hardware->DEVICE MANAGER
2.uninstall your driver
3.restart you computer
4.on tray icon a balloon come with a MSG of 'found new hardware'
5.click on it
6.select your driver from it .then select suitable option
if you still have problem buy a you op(win xp,vista,7..).using that disk repair you computer
It sounds like she has the player set to output 5.1 surround sound, but only has left and right channel speakers hooked up. Either change the dvd player to only send two channels or hook up a center channel speaker.
First double click on speaker image in right corner of your screen to see if you have MUTE disabled for all the devices and you have audio drivers to have speaker activated. Second, if you recently istalled new dvd driver it can be hardware problem. There are audio plugs (analog and digital) on back of DVD-Burner. Check if they are connected properly. Third your DVD-playback software might not supporting audio, so you might be missing audio codecs to playback DVD-audio. It depends which program you using. Maybe you need to download another program to playback DVD, for instance Windows Media Player 11.