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Wharfedale LCD37F1080P and external surround sound

Have connected the Audio cables to the Audio Out connections on the TV and the Audio In on the surround sound system, but cannot get any sound from the TV through the sound system. If I connect the sound system to the DVD player the same way I get sound but only for what is playing on the DVD, and the same happens with the video.

Any ideas how to get the TV to output sound?

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  1. hi here is what you do go into menu go to feature thento ext 2 out then press right blue button on remoteand find the ext you need make sure your tv volume is turned down make sure your surround sound is on and turned up wait and you will here your sound when you have the right ext i have hdmi lead in ext 5 so it ext 5 that will show in the feature menu i hope you find your problem solved allan

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