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How to connect dvd to sub woofers

DEAR SIRS,

I HAVE PURCHASED TH-M303 FROM MY FRIEND AND I DONT KNOW HOW TO CONNECT DVD TO SUB WOOFER.

PLEASE GUIDE ME.

REGARDS,

RAMEEZ

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    i have not yet used it.

    i did not know how to connect dvd with woofer i have no cable to connect tell me how to connect woofer system with dvd

  • geek0 May 11, 2010

    How do you get sound in your system now?

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You need the sytem cable that goes with the system--see if your mate still has it 'cos they cost about £23 to replace

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