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Re: Do not know what to hook subwoofer to - TV, DVR?
This should all be described (at least in Chinglish) in a user guide.
For sure, two of the threesome cable are right (red) channel and left (white) channel. The remaining one probably for center or rear.
Mostly all of the different pieces should have color-coded in- and output jacks.
Look at the connector legends printed on your devices, they should have markings such as "line" both in- & out- and you will find corresponding markings on each.
You would need the 'out' connections from either the DVD and TV to end up on the 'in' connectors of the Coby main unit, presumably the woofer cabinet since these mostly house the electronics; i.e. power supply and amplifier.
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OK, it looks from what I can tell you need a 1/4" stereo plug for the input to your speaker system. The output from the TV is either RCA jacks or maybe a 1/8" sub mini stereo jack. You can likely go to Radio Shack or an audio store and purchase a cable that has the 1/4" stereo plug on one end and a 1/8" sub mini stereo plug on the other. That cable would mute the TV internal speaker or if you do not want to mute the TV speakers you can get a cable with the 1/4" stereo plug on one end and the L and R audio, RCA (phono) plugs on the other. That would give you both. RCA plug and 1/4" plugs are pretty easy to install if can not find the correct cables. Good Luck. The Yamaha unit looks to be self powered so impedance matching or load on the TV audio amps should not be a problem.
your tv might have aux out on the back, I would use that first.
IF NOT, then you will need to use the cable box.Insert the red and white plugs at the other end of
this cable into the AUDIO IN TV or cable box connectors on the
Be sure to match red to red and white to white. 3.Use your TV remote control to turn the TV speakers
down to minimum volume.
This prevents the echo effect of audio playing
through both the TV speakers and your 3•2•1®
You will not need to y connect your subwoofer, if you have only one RCA sub out on your receiver the other end of the RCA connector cable goes into the left input on most powered subs, there is no loss of signal, the option exist as some receiver do sport a double RCA sub out.
i to have that sub and i hook it up to my dell 1501 i use a mini steroe plug it has two input so you can hook up two device get two y cables on one end it will have a plug like your headphone plug on the other end has two male the ones you hook up at the back of your steroe the other cable is a y cable as well this one has two female end and steroe end to hook up to the sub connect both wires to become one male to female one end goes to the computer the other end the sub you cant do it wrong there is only one plug that will fit hope this helps .
Yes, that type of connector is often used for a VGA signal for a computer monitor. But in this case it is an all-in-one connector Yamaha used in order to simplify the hookup of this home theatre system. Unfortunately, the subwoofer is only usable with the DVR-S300 receiver/DVD player.