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Old 09-18-2016, 03:51 PM   #1
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I can't get sound from my cable channels to play though my iRV Stero system in my Arctic Fox. CDs & DVDs, no problem. Was hoping to watch football with the surround sound. Set the stero to TV Audio but get nothing. Checked the speaker zones & no problem there. Ran through all the other mode options - still nothing (FM played but that was it). CDs & DVDs play through HDMI 2.


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Check that the TV audio output is connected to the stereo system. Also make sure the stereo system is set to input the TV audio and pass it on to the speakers.

Better answers might be possible if you specify make, models of the components you're dealing with.


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You'll need to pull your stereo unit, plug an optical cable to the back of your television, channel it down the hole and connect it to the back of the stereo unit. If you check the Northwood website (NROA2003), there are several write ups on how to do this. It's not tough to do.
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