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DURABRAND SA51AR have 6 points of connection, red and white, only have one white and one red socket in the television how do I connect it?

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  • moto guzzi Feb 20, 2008

    the tv has not got stereo outputs so the six out puts from the surround system can only be plugged into the DVD direct and this only has two connections.

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I too had this problem, but rest assured it is possible to sort out. Your TV should have a red & white socket on the front as well as the back. The other leads can then be plugged in to the DVD player.
Red & white in to the front of the TV.
Red & white in to the backof the TV.
Red & white in to the backof the DVD player.

I did this on my set up and it works a treat.

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Based on your description, your Television has stereo outputs. Multiple channels may be "encoded" into those outputs, but your home theater system would need to interpret these encoded channels through one of its pairs of inputs.

I would try plugging the 5A51AR's Right/Left (Red/White) "Side Speaker" inputs into the TV's stereo outputs and see if the unit provides output to all speakers. There may be a switch on the unit labeled "Surround-Decode" or similar which needs to be set for this type of operation.

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