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THERE IS NO AUX INPUTS HOW DO I HOOKUP MY RECIEVER UP FOR SURROUND SOUND?

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SOURCE: Surround sound problems.

Dolby 5.1 is not supported via either of the Aux inputs. Be sure to check your main menu/audio setup screen to ensure that "stereo" is not selected. If it is, DVD's will not downmix, giving you only 2.1 stereo.

Posted on Jul 31, 2007

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SOURCE: Can't play AUX inputs through Panasonic surround sound

Check the TV audio output setting. There may be 3 settings for audio output. Fixed/variable/none. Try all of the settings, and see if you get your audio back. If not, try a different cable between the TV and DVD player. I suspect this is a red/white RCA audio cable.

Posted on Dec 14, 2007

SOURCE: yamaha reciever rx-v363

Thats because if you look in the owner's manual, it declares the fact that it will only broadcast sound from hdmi to monitor not speakers. For sound out of speakers need to connect additional audio cable.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

Dooms Day
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SOURCE: surround sound hookup

Hook your satelite receiver to your TV. Then run from your TV audio out to your surround sound system. This should make your surround sound system work with anything your TV is playing.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

daniel719
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SOURCE: Adding another external device to the sound system

yes you are right you can pick up an arc aux swich box from radio shack.
will do your job just fine.

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and pleas rate this, if is of help to you.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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