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I cant hear my speakers

I connected my dvd player to the RCA RT2620 System And i can see the picture and i can hear it also from the tv but i connot hear it from my surround sound speakers...can any one help me?

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Re: I cant hear my speakers

I have harmon kardon speakers that came with my hp a815n, i recently had to reinstall my operating system, and i can't hear anything from my speakers. i've tried installing drivers and "searching for new hardware" and i can't seem to get it.........please help

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