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No audio from new dvd player/recorder

I have just set up a new Pioneer DVD recorder/player, and while the picture is showing perfect, i have obviously missed something as the audio isn't working. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Make sure all your cable connections are in the correct sockets and secure, if this dosent work check the disc/discs

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