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My TV has a Output port, It is only output for sound, IF you TV has this, then you need to use those, But i dono if it would have them, If it dosent the you will not be able to use the surround for everything without Plugging it in as you use it,
Are you using the Audio out RCA connectors at the back of the set. Are you watching/listening from source connected on HDMI input?
I have Technika LCDDVD19-918 TV. The manual specifically states "Audio Line Outs - Note: line out feature cannot be used while in HDMI source, us SPDIF instead". You could try using the headphone jack for audio out.
Tony, Let me ask you a silly ? as Im sure you can answer your own ?. Is your TV Hi def?? NO?? Ok Is your DVD player HI def campadable? Yes. Does your DVD player have RCA outputs for video or s video Output?? Yes. Ok Tony if your TVs not HI def how do you expect to get HI def out of it??? Use rca outputs as it is compadable. if the DVD player has no s video or RCA jacks and I've not seen one yet that didnt then your going to have to get one that does. Good Luck