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I have hooked up the audio to my tv from the audio out and connected it to the dvd player audio in and cannot get sound out through the external speakers. I have connected all the speakers correctly. Please advise. Thanks.

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It goes Audio Out of DVD to Audio IN of TV or Amp. The audio out of a TV must go into an amplifier, not just a player. A player does not have an amp built in. Not the add on type that you have.

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