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My home theatre was connected successfully playing the cd movie, but after turning off the dvd and go back to watching tv the sorroung system speakers do not give a sound to the television. is it that i am missing any type of connection? would like to have the sorround system on regular television programing. please respond I have an LCD Element full HD electronic television and the home theather is a curtis DVD 5088 playing the dvd and while watching the movie the sorround system comes out perfect but only playing the dvd system

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Hi,
select tv input on ur theater system. u can hear audio fro the frond left and right speakers. if u want to hear the audio from the surround speakers, then press the A-MODE button on ur remote to select different type of sound modes. press again and again to select different sound field. select one which suits u.
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