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I would like to know if my ht 3913 will work thru the TV sound, I have no problem with it working when I'm using the DVD player to watch movies, but I would like to hear the TV thru surround sound

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Directly , no, since the tv sound is always just on 2 channels. But you can convert it in the receiver to surround by activating either the SRS Surround or the DolbyProLogicII options on your receiver.

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