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Kenwood home theater

I switched from dish to cable, now my surround sound only works through my tv speakers. I made sure it was hooked up right even contacted the company that installed it. I nor them have been able to make it work properly.

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Are you using the Digital connection from the newly installed cable box going into the Kenwood digital input? If you are be sure that the cable box AUDIO OUTPUT setup menu has been enabled to 5.1 or Digital, seems to be that the TV is receiving a 2 channel input from the cable box whether or not you are using occasionally a digital connector, and the cure is usually the Audio Output cable box configuration.

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