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Connection problems I was wondering if anyone can help me. I have just bought a Philips HDTV plasma and a Panasonic SC-PT760 home theater system. Each works independently, but I can't get the t.v. to play off the sound system and I have already tried adding the audio red and white cables. I am using HDMI cables from the HD DVR to the tv as well as a HDMI cable from the Panasonic sound system to the t.v. I have tried to add the audio cables from the panasonic to the t.v. with no results. Please help!!! Also, how can I get them to all run off of one remote? There's no remote codes in any of the manuals. Thank you so much for your help!

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    I have a samsung theater system HT-Z510 and have not been able to get the system to interact with the TV (samsung plasma). The theater system work fine with a dvd but not with the tv. Don't find any section in the manual that addresses the problem.



    Thank, Jack

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    Yah that optical port thing didnt work at all. I tried plugging in both the hdmi and the yellow video plug but nothing. it still works seperately and won't pick up tv audio. also, the wireless back speakers have the green light but the speakers do not work as well.

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what you need to do is look at you HD DVR box and see if you have an "optical" port on the back then check and make sure your home theater box has an "optical" port. if they do all you have to do is go to radio shack and pick up an audio OPTICAL cable and go between your HD DVR and your home theater box.

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