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Hi: I've lost my Connection Schematic that came with my SC-HT650 O/M

The SC-HT650 owners/operators manual has no listing for connecting Surround System to other components, it came with a seperate Schematic Sheet & I've lost it. I need to connect the following: Panasonic SC-HT650 - Rabbit Ears - Insignia Converter Box - 32" Panasonic CT-32SL13 TV - Toshiba D-VR610 DVD Recorder/VCR Combo W/1080p Upconversion. I have no idea in what order or to which component to connect which component. I can find all kinds of online owners manuals but as I stated this is of no use, I can't come up with a Connectivity Schematic.The Converter Box only has the standard Yellow/White/Red cable connections but I generally prefer to use the S-Video connection. I set my TV Audio to "Speakers Off & Fixed Audio Out" My Biggest problem is My Houshold Furniture has been in storage for 2 years after my wife's passing away & I've forgotten how to use my equipment. Any help you could provide me would be most appreciated. Thanks Phillip

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  • felipe49 Oct 05, 2008

    The SC-HT650 owners/operators manual has no listing for connecting Surround System to other components, it came with a seperate Schematic Sheet & I've lost it. I need to connect the following: Panasonic SC-HT650 - Rabbit Ears - Insignia Converter Box - 32" Panasonic CT-32SL13 TV - Toshiba D-VR610 DVD Recorder/VCR Combo W/1080p Upconversion. I have no idea in what order or to which component to connect which component. I can find all kinds of online owners manuals but as I stated this is of no use, I can't come up with a Connectivity Schematic.The Converter Box only has the standard Yellow/White/Red cable connections but I generally prefer to use the S-Video connection. I set my TV Audio to "Speakers Off & Fixed Audio Out" My Biggest problem is My Houshold Furniture has been in storage for 2 years after my wife's passing away & I've forgotten how to use my equipment. Any help you could provide me would be most appreciated. Thanks Phillip

  • felipe49 Oct 05, 2008

    I already have this Manual, it doesn't tell how to hook up other components!

  • felipe49 Oct 06, 2008

    The SC-HT650 owners/operators manual has no listing for connecting Surround System to other components, it came with a seperate Schematic Sheet & I've lost it. I need to connect the following: Panasonic SC-HT650 - Rabbit Ears - Insignia Converter Box - 32" Panasonic CT-32SL13 TV - Toshiba D-VR610 DVD Recorder/VCR Combo W/1080p Upconversion. I have no idea in what order or to which component to connect which component. I can find all kinds of online owners manuals but as I stated this is of no use, I can't come up with a Connectivity Schematic.The Converter Box only has the standard Yellow/White/Red cable connections but I generally prefer to use the S-Video connection. I set my TV Audio to "Speakers Off & Fixed Audio Out" My Biggest problem is My Houshold Furniture has been in storage for 2 years after my wife's passing away & I've forgotten how to use my equipment. Any help you could provide me would be most appreciated. Thanks

  • felipe49 Oct 07, 2008

    Thank you for the great help, I've been able to hook everything up just like I wanted to. I'm glad I came across Fixya.com. Thanks again

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Hello!! Plug the rabbit ears into the "antenna input" on the Insignia digital converter. Then connect the insignia converter "antenna out" connection to the Toshiba dvd/vcr "antenna in" connection. Now connect the Toshiba dvd/vcr "antenna out" connection to the Panasonic tv "antenna in" connection. Next you connect "audio out" on the Toshiba dvd\vcr to the "Aux in" or the "Video in" on your Panasonic stereo. Use an RCA cable to do this. Put the red plug into the right "audio out" and the white plug into the left "audio out" of the Toshiba dvd\vcr. Run this cable to your Panasonic stereos' "Aux input". The red plug goes into red connector and the white plug goes into the white connector. Set the tv to channel 3 and the stereo to "Aux Input" to hear the tv audio through your stereo. Good Luck!! Please rate my solution!! Thank you!!

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Here is the copy of your manual.
click on the pasted link here below

PANASONIC SC-HT650 MANUAL DOWNLOAD



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Is this the manual which you already have?
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/SCHT650.PDF

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The HDMI cable connection on your system is a video out to your TV.
To get audio from the TV so you can hear it through the system, you need to add a cable from the audio out of your TV to the "aux" input on the panasonic system.
This is most likely a red and white connection which will give you stereo, or pro-logic surround from the system.

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  • SAM ANDERSON Oct 05, 2008

    The source for above information from fixya.com

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Hi

Check out this link

http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/SCHT650.PDF

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  • Thafa Oct 05, 2008

    Hi

    See this

    http://www.fixya.com/support/p231208-pan...


    thank you


  • Thafa Oct 05, 2008

    Hi

    U can download the operating instruction. From the above link..

    thank you


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  • dewan nafees ahmed Oct 05, 2008

    click on DOWNLOAD on right side of operating instructions.

    you will get your manual.

    now start using your unit correctly.

    thank you


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