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Old 12-23-00, 01:43 AM
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I have connected my DVD player to my receiver. How do I get sound from my TV when I watch a DVD ?
Old 12-23-00, 01:54 AM
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First of all you have to be more specific. How do you have your DVD player connected to your receiver.

Secondly why do you want to get sound from your TV when watching DVD's if you have a receiver. Don't you have speakers connected to the receiver. Also what kind of receiver do you have - is it a pro logic or DD 5.1 receiver?

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Old 12-23-00, 02:26 AM
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thx for the quick reply. I do have speakers connected to my receiver but I have a Prologic recvr.
I was wondering if it is possible to get sound from my TV as well as my speakers. I just bought a projection TV. It would serve as a good center channel till I get my HT setup.

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