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I need to know the quality of the speakers on the TV. Try unplugging it from the speakers on the TV and plug it into the souround sound speakers only and see if it plays differently. Double check your sourround sound and makes sure you did not reverse a wire.
To get sound out of your surround speakers, first off go through the receiver setup and make sure that is correct. Also, usually the best soundfields to use for sourround sound is PLII Movie or dolby digital. Next , make sure the source you are viewing is capable of outputting 5.1 sourround sound. Lastly, it is a good thing to remember that sourround speakers are only intended to reproduce sound effects. You certainly can override it so that all speakers play full range audio, but that is not the intention.
I am trying to connect the sound box to the TV (Flatscreen ) so that I can have sourround sound, but on the box it has inputs and this is also displays on the TV inputs... ? So where are the outputs so that the sound can come through the speakers???? puzzled!
Can you remove connection between the receiver and TV and then try ? If it still turns hums and turns off, then try disconnecting all the speakers and power it on. If it still turns off, then you have a bad receiver...Let me know..