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No sound I have just purchased a new Harmon Karon home theater system '225' I connected a HDMI cable to my new plasma TV but I can't get it to work or my DVD player, the onlt time my front and centre speakers work is when I tuning FM radio stations, I don't know what my problem is?

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You need to have an input audio source on your receiver such as a DVD player or ipod. The radio is an internal source that is why yo uare hearing sound from it. One thing you could do is run a cable from the audio out jacks on your television to an input on the receiver, and then when you are watching TV select the input you put the cables in to hear the television sound through your receiver speakers.

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