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Surround sound and dvd audio doesnt work

I have a dvd home theater system and i hooked it up the way it says to with the hd cables red blue and green and audio cables the way it tells me to in the manuals but i have no sound when i play a movie the picture is there but the audio isnt please help!!!

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The RGB cables are only for video signals. You'll need to also connect audio cables (usually red & white) for basic stereo sound.

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We hope this information is helpful to you.

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