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External audio sound

I have a surround sound system, which I KNOW works ok, however when I connect the red and white wires to the back of the LG tv I have just bought, there is no sound? please can you advise?

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  • ammir001 Oct 17, 2008

    when i connect my sony dav800 to my lg 42inch it doesnt giv out any soun yet u can still watch dv n hear d sound n listen to radio.

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