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Sony KDF-60XBR950 Is there a connector that will allow the KDF unit that has a DVI connection to accept the new HDMI connectors of my cable box and a "BLUE RAY" DVD player?

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SOURCE: No Subwoofer output and it is selected.

Make sure that the level is set high enough to be audible either by the volume control on the sub and/or the sub/lfe level on the setup menu. Then make sure that you also have surround sound output selected in the blu ray player setup menu.

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is the hdmi connected to the tv

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