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Connecting surround sound system

I have a Sylvania 6727df 27 inch combo. We have ATT Uverse. We have connected our tv and cable box to our surround sound system. It works great except for one thing. When we play a dvd or video it does not come tbrough the surround sound. Can you help us connect it so the dvd will work. Thanks

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  • shajas52 Jan 22, 2008

    I have a reciever already.....and the cables but it still is not coming out through the surround sound. Is there a setup option that I have to use so that the sound is transfered to the back (coax audio out jack).

  • shajas52 Jan 22, 2008

    I have a reciever already.....and the cables but it still is not coming out through the surround sound. Is there a setup option that I have to use so that the sound is transfered to the back (coax audio out jack).

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The surround system has to be set to bitstream or pcm(pulse code
modulation) digital formatted audio. go into menu options audio output format and chane it to either one. And good success.....Meder's TV Service

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Get a reciever and then get componet cables then hook it all up through the hdmi cables

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