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Amplifier problem hello everyone . i have a dvd player (LG) and it has six outputs(5.1 system). i connected the output (only the front left and right)of this this dvd player and gave as an input to my TV. The output of Tv(audio) i gave to an amplifier. My amplifier is an old one and has AUX in Left and Right as input.Now my problem is yesterday i tried to watch a movie. The video was good but the audio was not coming specially the dialogues but could hear the background music.after this i put some other dvd and everything was fine with that dvd , audio and video both.and when i removed the amplifier and connected the output of my dvd player to speakers i could hear the audio(in the first dvd).i am not able to find a solution to this problem and kindly require ur assistance.

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Here's the basic problem. The DVD player can get a 5.1 audio source from the DVD. That signal is then converted from Digital to Analog and split into 6 channels of information. Each channel has an audio out on the back of your player. You are only using the Front L and Front R outputs. Based on how I read your description, they seem to be sent from your DVD to your TV, and then from your TV to your receiver. The problem is that you are only listening to two of the six channel, so you are losing a lot of information. How this sounds to you depends, in part, on how the sound is mixed on the DVD (5.1 versus just stereo, for example).

Because you don't have 5.1 system to take all six outputs (analog "DVD Audio" connections), you shouldn't be using those outputs. You could use the digital out (optical or coax SP/DIF) to send all channels to a receiver that could do the splitting (D/A), but it sounds like you don't have the equipment for that.

You didn't provide the model for the LG DVD, but there should be connections for analog stereo. They would be labeled as Audio Out L / R, or something similar. The connections are stereo, but your player would use all 5.1 channels to play through those stereo channels. You could connect those directly to your receiver, or you can continue trying to have the TV as a step in between (not suggested unless you just like to watch DVDs without turning on the receiver).

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