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Toshiba HDTV connection for external speakers - no sound

Toshiba HDTV (model: 37AV50U) connected from the TV audio analog output jacks (2) to Wave music system multi-CD changer audio input ports does not produce sound. How can I resolve this problem, since I want to enhance the sound?

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Click this link for manual to solve your problem...

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Check the connections are they properly connected or somewhere got loose check out that.and also interchange the wires and try.it could also be the fault of connecting wires.replace the wires and try.

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