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Can not get the sound to come threw the audio out in back of tv

I need to know if there is a specil wire i need to get or can any audio wire work . i went threw the menui and in the audio part it is saying the out specker are on . i don't have the manuel .

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  • 58ekim Feb 01, 2008

    i know all about the internal and external speaker . the problem is i can't get the audio out in the back of the tv to put out sound with the speaker in the tv at the same time . it will do one or the other not both at the same time . i can't hook up my suround sound system and have to sound coming out of the tv at the same time . i have to switch it in the audio menu in the tv every time i want the suround sound to work .

  • El_Gangster1 Dec 22, 2008

    I hooked up the HDMI to my TV and my Home Theater , But now i want to know how i get my HOME THEATER to work , Such as play my Ps3. Do i need another Cable/Cord? Or its my TV thats not compatible with the HOME THEATER? My TV is HD!


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You have internal speakers/external make sure you switch on internal ,not external this is for hooking up other speakers on outside of set.Turn on Internal speakers!

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