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37pf7531 tv how do i connect my tv to my home cinema system so i can have surround sound while watching normal tv

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  • alalala Apr 21, 2008

    Help please! I just bought new TV Sony 46 LCD and Samsung Home cinema, connected them with scart and also twin phono lead (red & white), but won`t get the sound working on home cinema while watching TV.With DVD it`s fine.Thanks x

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If you have a later Philips home cinema model: HTS3100, 3300, 3500, 3154, 3357, 6510 & others, the sound from the TV will go through the existing scart connection.

Just select TV on the home cinema remote control.

For any other models, use a scart - twin phono lead (red & white), from the TV to one of the inputs into the home cinema.

Scarts 1 & 2 on the TV will have different results. Try both.

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