Question about Televison & Video
DVDR WILL NOT RECORD SURROUND SOUND IF NO SURROUND SOUND IS INPUT-THE MACHINE WILL RE-PRODUCE FAITHFULLY ANY SIGNAL INPUT TO IT--SARGE
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
HOWDY-ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH "HDMI"--DESCRIBE THE CONNECTOR YOU REFER TO--YOU ARE STILL TALKING ABOUT THE PD-DVR100--RIGHt? / RSVP------SARGE
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
For connections of audio, so that you can hear all tv audio through the
surround system, connect either an optical audio cable or red & white
analog audio cables from the tv to the home theater. If you are using
optical audio, there is a plug on back of tv labeled for digital audio
output and an input on the surround sound system. If you plan on using
analog red and white, use the PROG OUT red and white output jacks on the
back of the tv to the AUX input on the home theater.
For video connections, to get HD you will need to be using either HDMI or
Component cables. HDMI is the cable that will provided 1080p signal (the
best HD signal), but if the source does not output 1080p, then your tv
will not display 1080p. Most cable boxes output at 1080i or 720p when on
HD stations. This signal still provides great picture quality, but HDMI is
not needed to get these HD signals. You can use component cables for your
cable box and the DVD player output to the tv for video. HDMI might give
you a slightly better picture quality but the signal will be the same.
To make the connection, you will want to connect from the cable box to the
tv (component or hdmi). Also from the home theater system to the tv using
hdmi or the video cables from component (red, blue, & green cables).
We hope this information is helpful to you.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
SOURCE: best way to connect new system
After trying several ways, we decided the best picture was to run the blue ray (out) directly to the TV (in) with an HDMI and another HDMI from the sat. box(out) to TV(in), then optical audio from TV (out) to receiver (in). This way you don't have to change channels on the reciever when switching from TV to DVD. Remember that HDMI is one cable that supports audio and video. If you are using all Samsung products and want to use one remote, using the Anynet feature, I think it has to be connected with an HDMI. I'm going to try connecting an HDMI too from the reciever to the TV to see if this feature will work. It does with the Blue Ray.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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