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How to get sound through speakers with tv and not just dvds

I have the surround sound dvd player w/sub woofer, a cable box for the tv, and,of course the tv. I want the surround sound to feed through the tv for regular programming like it does when playing dvds.

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Re: How to get sound through speakers with tv and not...

Just wire your TV audio out to one of the receivers (DVD player) audio in and select AUX when you want the TV sound to play through the surround sound. You also might want to turn the volume down or off on your TV to get the full surround sound feeling, but that's your call.

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