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Speakers why does sound only come through the right speaker when listening to the t.v. but comes out of both when watching a dvd?

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The connection between the TV and the Philips for the left channel is missing or interupted.
There should be two connectors on each end, one red (right) one white (left).
If they are properly plugged in, then the left channel cable stretch is bad. These can be replaced inexpensively at any electronics store.
The sound when using the player is sent internally to the amplifier of the system; no cables.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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connect stereo rca jacks behind tv labelled audio out then connect to any available input in home theater receiver

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