Question about Philips HTS-6500/37 System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The HDMI lead only carries the video and audio from the HTS6510/05 to the TV.
The scart carries audio and video both ways.
Re-connect the scart lead and all will be ok.
N.B. When the HTS6510 is switched on, the TV will auto-switch to the scart input. You will then need to switch the TV to HDMI to get the benefit from the DVD upscaling.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
if you do a search on HTS3450 (same unit) you will find a thread with similar problems. My problem was similar and today I fixed it by changing 2 capacitors in the unit.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
I think that my frontpanel ir -sensor does not work. I have tested it for many remote controls, universal and similar. DVD's lags and remote does not work. All other works correctly.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: My Philips HTS3566D home theater
I have the same problem. The front right and left chanels are fucked up while the center and rear right and left are working normally. I can't imagine what's the problem.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
SOURCE: Hi. I have Philips HTS3115
"In the past I have got the old flat TV connected with SCART"... what about the present? HOW is the "TV" audio connected to it?
My advice would be to remove the TV as a sound source and get the TV-audio from the audio outputs of wherever it really originates. In most cases that is a Cable Box which can be treated like a high-end audio device for this discussion.
Ever wonder why Cable Boxes have separate audio and video outputs and TV's have multiple inputs? So you can send the BEST version of audio and video directly to the BEST electronics that NEEDS it and NOT to or through anything that adds nothing to the quality. Heck, many TV's are monitors without audio at all. THAT is how I would treat any TV for serious high end listening. Send the digital Cable Audio to the soud system and the 'regular' RCA audio to the TV for low-fi TV-watching like news and Oprah.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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