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No audio connected a hd dgtec top box to a sansui SAN3201 LCD tv used RGB cables have picture. Connected standard right,left audio leads but have no sound.Changed the audio leads with another set but still no sound dgtec top box was connected to a previous LG plasma tv and operated the audio fine.

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I will try to explain this clearly.

Make sure that there is sound leaving from the connections on the top box.

Check that the audio cables are connected to the associated audio input for the video at the rear of the set. Make sure that there are no other shared inputs for the same input. With shared inputs, only one can be the default reference for input.

Check the menus in both the top box and the TV set to make sure that all setups are correctly done.

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