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Ilo tv I have an ilo tv and am trying to hookup a sony bravia home theater system straight to tv. I have the cord with the 3 colors ( green, blue, and red), and a s-video cord hooked up also. I have no sound coming through my home theater system, the only sound I recieve is through the tv speakers. The support company at sony told me to find out how to turn off my speakers on the tv so that the home theater system can begin working correctly. I am unable to figure out how to turn off the speakers of the ilo tv. Can u help me?

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Buy sony

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You have to go in the sound menu and swtch the source from internal to external

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I dont think that the ilo has a sound output port:(

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