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Connecting Onko Reciever to Subwoofer & Dvd Player

I have no idea how to run the tv,dvd,recver, center and sub. Please help. I have Optical audio cables and lots of other cables

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  • a12huang Dec 12, 2007

    Hello;



    I connected my speakers to the subwoofer (Out) on the back. I used the cord provided with the subwoofer and connected it to the subwoofer component on the back of the receiver. Using RCA cables, I connected the receiver to the only RCA audio jacks on the back of the DVD player. It is connected to the audio (L/R) component with the DVD next to it, but I'm not getting any sounds.



    Sony SA-W2500 sub

    Yamaha HTR-5730 receiver

    Zenith DVB712 DVD player



    Please help!!!

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