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Reciever Blown out?

The system does not accept AV Inputs, it will not play sound through the speakers. The radio will work through the speakers.

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  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    The av inputs have sound but no picture

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Sweet..worked perfect!

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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When you select the av input on the remote,hit the menu button,it should give you a few options,select the av input you have your connections in and select analog if its analog.coax if coax.etc.i select analog because thats what i use and sound comes through after that.hope this helps,its not too detailed because this is from memory because my player just stopped working.don't know why mine stopped working.

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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Check the connections available on your TV and look for a set of "audio out" jacks. Your TV's owner's manual should have a section explaining how to connect it in different ways. If you need a copy, most manufacturers have manuals for download on their website.

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