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No sound from rsq e500n

I HAVE MY SYSTEM HOOKED UP THE S-VIDEO CONNECION AS PER THE INSTRUCTIONS TO MY SAMSUNG HDTV. WHEN I CHANGE THE INPUT BACK TO TV I HAVE SOUND.WHEN I CHANGE IT TO THE KARAOKE MACHING I HAVE WORDS AND ALL THE OTHER FUNCTIONS BUT NO WOUND. THE WIRESESS MICROPHONES ARE HOOKED UP PROPERLY AND ARE REGESTERING BUT STILL NO SOUND FROM THE SPEAKERS. PLEASE HELP!

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S-VIDEO only carries the video signal and NOT the sounds.

You would also need to hook up the audio leads (red nd white phono) also for it to fully work.

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