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Speaker volume too low,can we by pass dvd player and just hook up

Speakers directly to tv.??

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  • anthony98453 Dec 26, 2008

    i just got this system. i hooked it up and did everything correctly. i turn on my TV and i can barely hear the sound. when i turn off the system the sound is extremely loud.

  • casjam42 Dec 26, 2008

    i cant get sound by just watching tv only when i watch dvds what is wrong

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I have no sound through tv only the dvd

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