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I cannot get blu ray speakers to pay over normal

I cannot get blu ray speakers to pay over normal tv. My tv in wired to a sattlite dish. Shouldn't I be able to get "surround sound" with movies off the dish as well as normal tv?

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You can if your tv has phono outputs plug phono plugs in phono outputs on tv at one end then plug other end in to audio phono input on blue ray player

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