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I have a panasonic plasma screen(no tv) and have been able to set up sky using an s video cable. Unfortunately I am not able to get the dvd player to work. I can get the picture but no sound ......any ideas? Thanks

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How are you connecting the DCD payer to the TV? If by chance you are using a DVI cable then you have to run the audio cables seperate from the DVI as DVI only sends video information. HDMI on the other hand sends picture and audio information on one cable.

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