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Hooking up to the television s-cable and two audio jacks. I have a picture of the dvd but the sound comes from the television program in the background

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The S Video cable and the two audio cables should be plugged into the same av input on your television. It sounds like the sound cables for your cable box or satellite tv box are plugged into the television where the two audio cables for the DVD player should be.

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The only digital audio input for this TV will be via the HDMI input. Of course, even with HDMI in, you're only going to get a simple stereo output from the TV. You can use the analog L & R audio inputs for a very similar sound from the TV speakers.

The digital multi-channel audio (Dolby Digital, THX, 5.1, 7.1, etc) encoded in the program should be connected to a suitable multi-channel amplifier with either a TOSLINK (optical), RF (coaxial) or HDMI cable for theatre-like sound. This can be done by (a) cabling from the source (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) directly to a multi-channel amp and speakers, or (b) from the HDMI output of these devices (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) into one or both of the TV's HDMI inputs. This will provide only stereo sound output from the TV speakers. You should connect the TV's TOSLINK optical "Digital Output" jack with an optical cable to the amplifier's TOSLINK optical input jack to obtain theatre sound.

To listen to the program shown, you would select the amplifier input assciated with the optical, RF or HDMI input that is connected to the source (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) if connected directly. If the TV HDMI input(s) are used, they are output to the TV optical output and should be connected to the amplifier optical input. The amp input associated with the optical input should be selected to hear the program with theatre-like sound.

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Hi,here is my simple solution...
to listen your DVD on TV

** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" of your DVD ,
** to both "AUDIO input " and VIDEO input" of your TV or "Optic Cable input"
** than just switch to respective mode on TV as A/V selection
of your RCA or Optic connection..
*
You can use "HDMI" connections as well but sometimes HDMI creates problem on Audio..

There you go..Both DVD sound and Video are on the TV .By this means whatever you watch on the DVD will come thru your TV.

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