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I've been trying for days to connect this system to my lcd tv/dvd combo...There is a digital audio coax out...which i've connected and it works great while using the dvd player...but in tv mode, no sound. Any ideas on what to do??

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Try using rca cables i know it sounds like a bunch of **** but its the best way to go at it

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