Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
What is the source of your TV signal? Cable? Sattellite? Are you using the receiver in your tv or a cable/sattellite receiver box?
Whatever the source of your TV signal - it will probably have several choices of output. Make sure you have that connected to the tv-input on your home cinema. Then make sure that when TV is selected on your home cinema that the audio format specified matches what you hooked up i.e. analog (the red and white cables), optical or coax.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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