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I bought a sound bar and couldn't wait to set it up but didn't realise the connections were wrong I got the red and white cables to connect to tv but my TV only has a digital audio out(optical) connection my problem.is I don't know what to look for to fix this I have looked but get confused please help me.

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You should probably return the sound bar and get one with an optical input. Otherwise you can't connect it to your TV.

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If you are using a 3.5 mm Stereo headphone plug then try a new cable and see if the hissing vanishes.

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Why is there no sound coming out of my goodmans 50w sound bar?


No. Red and white are left and right stereo sound. Yellow is for video. Do you have power to the sound bar? Are those red and white cables connected to audio OUTPUT on the TV? If they are connected to the audio INPUT to the TV, it won't work. You may need to connect the cable to a 'phones' jack on the TV. Can you connect the sound bar to another source (like an iPod or CD player)? That will test the sound bar itself.

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You hooked up the sound bar to the cable box red & white sockets, right. Now you have the soundbar hooked up to the TV red and white sockets. Did you notice any difference with the labeling on the two sets of sockets? The cable box sockets were labeled "Audio Out", but the TV sockets are labeled "Audio In"

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Any socket labeled "In" is designed to accept a signal from something else, but it won't give a signal out. So you can't connect the TV's Audio In socket to the soundbar's Audio In socket because both expect a signal from something else and neither supply a signal out.

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i think your problem is with cabling your surround sound is audio only and you wii is video and audio. i would hook up wii first and get it working first. dont plug the surround into the yellow jack on your audio video switch
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There are a couple of different ways you can do this but this is the easiest.

Items needed - One set of RCA audio cables (Red/White)

1) On the back of your TV there should be RCA plugs marked as "Audio Out". Connect the RCA cable to these connections Red cable to Red connector and White cable to White connector.

2) Locate on the back of the surround sound system the connections marked "Audio in (VCR)". Connect the other end of the RCA cable to this connection Red cable to Red Connector and White cable to White connector.

Now to get the sound to play press the "VCR" button on the surround remote and you should get the cable box sound on the surround system.

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