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Question regarding audio connections Akai 30" LCD TV

Trying to connect a dvd player to this TV for a friend. The video connections are on one side of the TV, scart, composite, s-video, component.On the other side are the following connections PC, headphones, audio in 1/out (R/L), audio in 2 (R/L). The scart is being used by a PVR and the composite by a freeview box. Have connected the dvd via the s-video. The pictures ok but can't figure out how to get the sound out of the dvd. The PVR sound is ok being carried in the scart lead. The freeview box sound is ok and connected to audio in 2. The dvd only works in the audio in 2, ie have to disconnect the freeview box audio cables and plug in the dvd. Can't figure out how the audio connection ties up with the video connections. On my own TV each video input has it's own associated audio input. Any help appreciated. model LM-H30CJSA

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  • bargepole May 09, 2008

    Thanks for the ansers,

    Have bought component cable and connected dvd via that as it appears to use the audio in 1 sockets (which were free) for the sound.

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If either of your PVR or freeview boxes have two scarts, you can route one through the other.

Connect the PVR to the VCR/DVD scart of the freeview box, or connect the freeview box to the VCR/DVD scart of the PVR.

You can then use the red/white audioleads to connect to the DVD.

Alternatively you can route the DVD through the PVR or freeview box.

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A switch box is needed the s video shares the red/white audio with the yellow rca that is being used already

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