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I hooked up a htz510 home theatre system to my tv and it sounds great when I play dvds. However, in pure tv mode, my tv plays through the tv speakers instead of the home theatre speakers. How do I fix this?

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    Follow-up to the Samsung HTZ-510, how do I play my iPod in the supplied iPod cradle while keeping my Samsung TV off (Samsung 750 series flat panel)? When the iPod is running and I turn off the TV, it also turns the HTZ-510 off... appreciate help with this.

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If you use cable and have a cable box or sat. and have a box you need to get an optical audio cable and hook them between the to boxes. just did this with mine today

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