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No surround sound in tv or vcr mode

No surround sound

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  • losey Oct 21, 2007

    urgent

  • chogumchonsa Oct 12, 2008

    I only have front speakers on TV Mode

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For some reason this Panasonic unit does not offer surround sound in TV or VCR mode.  I guess their engineers decided it wasnt an important feature!!

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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It depends on what you currently have as equipment.

You'll have to have something that outputs in digital audio (coaxial or optical). Either your reciever (Cable/Satellite) or the TV. You'll just hook that up to the Surround Sound unit and then just turn on the Surround System when you want surround sound.

You'll have to connect the TV as you would normally with audio cables sicne you'll want stereo sound on the regualr channels.

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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