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Can't get any sound

I have pictures but can't get any sound, been told it needs infrared headphones

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No, it doesn't need infrared headphones, but it does need to have all audio connection made properly. There is a controller that this was designed to use, model number CY-VM1500. That controller has speaker outputs on it, and the CX-DV1500 must have the RCA audio output jack (red and white rca jacks) connected to the RCA audio input jacks of the CX-DV1500

if you have found this to be helpful, a good rating would be appreciated. Let me know if you require any further help.

You can find the instruction manual at this url:

http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Video/DVD-Recorders-Players/Mobile-Video/DVD/model.CX-DV1500


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