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Proper input for TV audio signal

Recently purchased 37-in. Magnavox LCD TV, primarily to watch DVD's.

Can't seem to get DVD audio feed to play thru speakers wired to the Pioneer. Have purchased (Best buy) and installed cable I was directed to purchase. Cable leaves ("OUT") TV from port specified in TV User Manual, and enters Pioneer at "DVD" in port......what is the problem?

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Do you have your DVD player running through your receiver? You want the red and white (audio) cables to go from your DVD player to your receiver and the yellow (video) cable to go from your DVD player to your TV. Separate the red, white, and yellow cable into separate strands if you need to, but be careful not to tear the insulation. They should pull apart fairly easily. If I'm totally off or you're using a coaxial or component video/audio cables or a fiber optic cable, let me know. Hope this helps

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