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Just bought lg ht44s home cinema to go with my lg tv connected hdmi lead can get radio and dvd surrond sound but not through my tv

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Try going into menu-sound and enabling external speakers. I am not sure if this option is available. How is tv connected to your surround sound receiver? If it is component cable, try plugging them into the back of your surround sound receiver where the tv input is labeled. Then turn on your receiver and select tv from the mode button.

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