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No Audio I just got a Directv HD receiver hooked up to my JVC AV-56WP30 using component video cables. I used red/white audio cables but am getting no sound. Both sets of cables are located in input 3. Might there be a problem w/the TV or the recevier?

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1. Make sure you have connected the cables from audio OUT on the Directv box to the audio IN on TV input 3 and have selected the correct source on the TV.

2. Many sat boxes have an audio volume control. Select the satellite box on the Directv remote and turn up the box's volume.

Hope this helps.:)

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