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If you have balance controls for each speaker decrease the vol. to the one closest to you. If you do not have separate balance controls , the one closest to you must be muffled so that the sound will be absorbed and will not sound as loud as the other speaker.
Mine says that all the time and it doesn't skip like that.. try using some air duster in the back and cd tray.. mine actually quit playing cds at one point.. my friend said it was the "dust cover" or something like that by the eye..
Usually the way to do it is to connect audio out (Phono connectors) on the TV to audio/aux in on the stereo (phono connectors)
Of course to do this, both of the pieces of equipment have to have the right connections.
make sure the speakers and everything are hooked up correctly and try to use the different functions if you have an aux cord use it with an mp3 player or ipod and see if it will play music if you've already done that well then i dont know what to tell ya
on laptop, ensure the following:
1. go to Volume control (look for icon on system tray).
2. under Options tab select Properties.
3. under Adjust volume for recording option, ensure that microphone is is check-boxed
if no luck, borrow a second amp and connect your L/R jacks (red and white colour) to the borrowed amps line in jacks and test whether you hear anything to confirm your line out capability.