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Brad McNeil Posted on Feb 18, 2006
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RT2250R I get no surround sound at all however the tuner works just fine. When I switch it to SAT I get no sound as well as when I switch it to DVD or Tape. I have reset the system to the factory settings.

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Hi check all!! connections( RCA's, speakers ) make sure the DVD and TV are connected to right inlets here is the home page of your system http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/Cultures/en-US/ModelList.html?CategoryID=DVD+Home+Theater+Systems check out the manual maybe there is something you havent told ... it can help you good luck

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