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I want to listen to the TV and/or music videos through both the TV and external speakers. So far, I have only been able to listen either through the TV speakers or the external speakers, but not both at the same time. My receiver is a Panasonic SA-HE100 and is connected to the TV. The speaker system is a Pioneer S-CR400-K and was free with purchase of the receiver. I'm using these speakers until I can upgrade.

How can I listen to both the TV and external speakers at the same time?

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SOURCE: Panasonic CT-32SF36 isn't getting video from A/V receiver

Hello, I hope this message can help you, After reviewing the Panasonic TV info, and the Yamaha reciever info., I have found on page 19 of your owners manual for the Yamaha reciecver that you can connect the the cable box HDMI cable to the reciever, but the reciever needs to connect to the T.V. HDMI.
I see your T.V. has S-video in and your reciever has S-video out, what about your cable box if it has S-video than I would connect all your device together through the S-video jacks.
A further note is you can't down grade the signal from the cable box through the reciever to the T.V., so even though the technology is there on your cable box, it's not there on the T.V.. On that note there is 2 options 1) buy a new T.V. with HDMI inputs. 2) connect the system together using S-video or component cables (RCA). It will give you almost the same quailty if you use good cables. I hope this will help you and I look forward to helping you in the future.

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