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5.1 Dolby system does not work with the T.V.

5.1 Dolby system does not work with the T.V. programs.... only the 2 front speakers.. can I "add" the rear speaker wires in the 2 front speakers along with the existing wires of the front speakers without damaging the "unit".... I would be satisfied with this type of connection instead of 5.1 Dolby sound from the DVD only ,, (concept.)
Description of the Unit bought...DVD home theater system for iPod;
MiHT5005

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Solution: connected the rear right and left wires to the Front , left and right wires......................and everything works the way I anticipated without any technical problems....... the woofer works on a separate circuit, so I continue to receive the "low" frequency..

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