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No tv audio through dvd home theatre?

Cannot get audio signal to funtion through dvd home theatre

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CHeck your TV's settings. Assuming that you are connecting to your home theater through the rear "audio out" jacks. You'll have to go into the tv's audio setup to tell it that you want to use external speakers.

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