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I have put a scart lead from the av1 socket on the dvd (panasonic) to the cable box vcr connector on the back of the cable v+box and run a hdmi cale from the hdmi socket on the dvd to the hdmi2 socket on the tv. the hdmi1 socket is being used for the cable box. do i need to run any other cables. if not i seem to be unable to get the sound correct and there is a lot of background noise. the picture is fine. the tv is a philips plasma. the audio sockets are being used for the home cinema centre. a diagram would be fantastic but if not possible a fools guide would be ideal.thanks john the home centre has a scart lead from it to the ext2 connection on the tv

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Ok, first thing first if you have a cable box and a dvd player both been connected with HDMI cables direclly to the TV you just need to run a cable from the TV were it says audio out into your receiver.
This way everytime you change from Cable box and DVD the audio automaticly will change as well.

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