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** sound My friends messed with my system, now I can't get sound from my tv and Dvd settings.  They are both hooked up via HDMI.  I think I checked my settings , but this thing is confusing. please help this is very frustrating

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You'll have to go into Setup and look at

1. Audio asignments. Are you using digital audio (optical cable) ? If so you may need to fix your assignments.
2. In Settings there also is an area to set up your HDMI output. Look there as well.

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