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Old September 27, 2013, 02:05 PM
clshades clshades is offline
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you may need to select the tv as the sound source too in your audio options or playback devices. I've noticed win7 tools around a little at 1st but once you've gotten it working it will always work. If you are using VLC to playback videos try right clicking on the video while the movie is on the TV screen and manually setting the audio to 5.1 from it's default of 2.1. I've had a weird glitch in the past with VLC and this solved it.
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