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Magnavox Bluray Player with the HDMI Cable will not produce sound

All settings appear to be correct but unable to hear sound from the Magnavox Bluray player through the TV Speakers or the Sourrond Sound.

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  • mail4steve Dec 26, 2008

    all dvd's work great, but got my first blu-ray movie and no sound...please help
    I also have a HDMI cable


  • kwolff4545 Jan 02, 2009

    Same problem. Everything works with a regular dvd, but as soon as I try a blu ray...no sound. I also have it hooked up via an HDMI cable.

  • swinnie13 Jan 17, 2009

    Same problem. Blu ray discs will not produce sound, but do produce video. Also checked to be sure the HDMI cable works. Please help.

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    same problem as the last person picture but no sound.

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No sound on my blue ray player

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