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Curtis dvd 2047 - Trouble Shooting

I can see and hear my DVDs but how do I get the normal television channels to come out on the speakers?

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Re: curtis dvd 2047 - Trouble Shooting

Esto es un dvd de basural lo compre unos 4 meses me travajo y ya no serve el audio nose escucha

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Yes, buy a good dvd player. This one is more junk from china.
We did not get through 2 dvd movies and have lost audio.

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Re: curtis dvd 2047 - Trouble Shooting

What provide the picture to your TV? (cable or Sat).
If you use either of these then on the back of the boxes are outputs, Video (yellow) and Audio (red / White). if you put the audio output to your amp you will get sound thru your speaker but will need to select (what ever input choice where you plugged in red / white) the input on the amp when viewing TV.

A better solution would be to place a splitter (RCA so that the audio can still go to TV and the Amp) from each color. So when you don';t want the amp on you still have audio on your TV.

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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Curtis DVD 2047 - It has been working great then when we turned it on tonight, we could only get a tiny bit of sound from the speakers. We have checked to make sure everything is still plugged in correctly and checked mute buttons and anything else we could think of.

Posted on May 18, 2008

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