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I just want to watch a movie without all that surround sound. is there a way to hook my gateway dvd player up to my gateway flat screen straight out like normal?

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Yes, if your flat panel has speakers built into it. just hook dvd into video input with yellow, red . & white cables. sound will come thru tv speakers that way. mch

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