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Lack of Sound

....Connecting the HD wire to the three HD sockets on the TV.
Red, Blue and Green. It was able to recognise the Wii and bring up the image on my Bush HDTV DVD combo. But now sound...
Can any one shed a light on my problem?

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You need to plug in the red and white (right and left audio, respectivly) to either the tv or a home theater or sound/surround system.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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    Derek Powers Jan 11, 2009

    you need to plug in the red and white (right and left audio, respectivly) to either the tv or a home theater or sound/surround system.

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