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I bought a wireless (wifi connected) blu ray player but when I hook it up I can only see the picture. There is no sound. I do not have an HDMI TV which the instructions say is the best way to enjoy blu ray. However, it does give video and coaxial install instructions as well. The back of the blu ray only has the yellow video output, the coaxial black and the HDMI hookup. No audio outputs on it. My television, again not HDMI equipped, has the standard red white yellow on the back. I have the chord with the 3 colors on each end. I tried an adapter piece in the coaxial output and then plugged the red and white audio in it but no luck. Suggestions on what to do to get it to work?

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On the blu- ray player you have to set it to HDMI in the options or else it wont work

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SOURCE: Hooked up blu ray player with HDMI cable to Sony

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/tutorial-display.pl?tut_id=438&mdl=KP46WT520&session_id=8a7628340ef7d6b76337ceac12183901
goto this link and click on the "connect blueray disc player" icon, this will guide you through.

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Curious why you would want to do this since both cable box and BluRay generate output signals. I doubt a single line pass-through would work since the last device on the link would override the signal with its own content when turned on.

If your TV or media system accepts multiple inputs, I would route each device to a separate input on the TV/MS and switch between them with a remote. I run HDMI lines out from both my cable box and BluRay box directly into the TV as two different lines and it works fine.

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