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Hdmi Hi hope some one can please help me !! i just got a hdmi cable put it on and my home theater (hts6510) and philps tv.Now it wont play the tv chanels sound but plays fine on its own, if you put a dvd in and go to hdmi chanel 1it is fine, i have 2 hdmi ports on my tv and i have tryed both but still nothing, it was working fine with the scat lead but was really really wanting to use the hdmi to link both together... please can some one help ...many thanks :-)

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The HDMI lead only carries the video and audio from the HTS6510/05 to the TV.

The scart carries audio and video both ways.

Re-connect the scart lead and all will be ok.

N.B. When the HTS6510 is switched on, the TV will auto-switch to the scart input. You will then need to switch the TV to HDMI to get the benefit from the DVD upscaling.

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