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No audio when connected to tv with s-video cable

I have an inspiron 6000 want to watch sec volleyball play-offs pluged up great picture no audio i am pluged into front of my dvd player wanted to burn as i watched

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Then you need to connect audio, either from an onboard audio port or your audio-out port which you will need an adapter to plug into the audio out then convert to RGA compatable connector which will plug into your tv audio in port

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I would recommend the VGA connection as the quality of the picture will be much better than s-video, so you will need a male to male VGA cable if your TV takes that interface (a male to male mini stereo cable is also required for audio)

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