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Can't get the Samsung HT-z310 Home Theater to stay on AUX2

Our setup is as follows:
DVR/Cable box to TV HDMI1
DVD/Home theater to TV HDMI2
DVR/Cable box audio out to Audio IN on DVD/Home Theater. (so we can listen to the cable audio through home theater system)

We turn on the cable box, turn on the TV and set it to HDMI1. Then we turn on the Samsung Theater and set its function to AUX2. A few moments later the Samsung switchs to DVD function and the TV auto switchs to HDMI2. Once it switchs over, we reselect HDMI1 on the TV and AUX2 on Home theater... 5-10 seconds later the Samsung switchs to DVD function and the TV auto switchs to HDMI2.
What do we need to do to keep the Home Theater set to AUX2??

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  • Stovitch Dec 11, 2008

    I have the same problem. If fact, the FM radio will default back to the DVD after 5-10 seconds as well; the only aux setting that works is the IPod connection.

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You need a fibre optical cable for this, simply you connect that from your dvd to tv and then set the input on the dvd to digi in. i have exactly same home cinema system.

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