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I cannot have the Wii plugged in and the DVD player at the same time

If one is plugged in, the other has no sound. Help! I have to go behind the TV and unplug the inputs to audio and switch to the Wii, or to the DVD. What am I doing wrong? I thought the S Video cord would input sound and picture from the DVD...apparently not. Advice??

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S-video only sends video, not audio. You need 2 input channels on the TV in order to have them both work without switching them. Otherwise you will have to switch them over each time.

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