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Hello I have yamaha home theatre sound system Tss-1 which I have hooked up to my computer. I had to move my computer to another location in the house and when I hooked it back up again there is no sound. I tried the sound test on the home theatre system and I get sound out of the five speakers. I have one cord going from the home theatre sound system plugged into analog input surround and on the computer the cord is plugged into Line In slot for sound on the back of the CPU. Do you have any ideas how to fix this problem?

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    If the sound files are to be coming from the computer then the sound system must be connected to the line out jack.

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If the sound samples are coming from the computer then the sound systerm must be pluged into the "Line Out" jack.

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