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Everything should be labeled, also inspect the owner manual which should have a diagram of all the connections and inputs.

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Any socket labeled "In" is designed to accept a signal from something else, but it won't give a signal out. So you can't connect the TV's Audio In socket to the soundbar's Audio In socket because both expect a signal from something else and neither supply a signal out.

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Please check the connection of the jack from your TV to DVD.

Follow this step on how to connect the AV (audio and video) jack.

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  2. After that,connect the jack (color yellow) to the video out of the DVD.
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  2. After that,connect the jack (color yellow) to the video IN of the TV.
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http://safemanuals.com/314159.php?k=1f679431db21b6e4e5e158e1fd0fb110&ID=194497&q=PANASONIC%20DMREH75V

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