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Once I plug the dvd player to the tv, I get the video to show, but no sound.

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Some DVD player have dedicated left-right line output aside from the set of 6 outputs for 5.1sorround. If yours got the same connect the the left-right outputs to the line-in jack of your TV and select it from DVDs menu/sound options.

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SOURCE: No sound unless VIDEO signal is plugged into receiver

Connect the DVD player audio with digital coax into the digital audio connection as you described and the DVD video directly to the TV. Now switch the input mode on the receiver to DVD. Then switch the video output mode on the TV to correspond to the input you plugged into. Any source in 5.1 dolby digital or dts should now work properly and have picture too.

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