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How do I get the audio from the Tv to play through my BOSE 321 sy

I have a yellow cable going from monitor out to audio in and it is not playing the sound from the TV through the system. What am I doing wrong

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Using remote try all ...AUX - Video1 - Video2 u will find which one it is connected to.

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