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Removalist removed all connections between Panasonic SC-PT850W Home Theatre Sound System and Panasonic VIETA Plasma Television (TH-42PA60A) FOXTEL and HD Set top Box. Can you detail reconnection. Harvey

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  • Alexander03 Nov 10, 2008

    Thanks, I have the TV and the Sound system connected. Now how do I interconnect the HD set top box and the FOXTEL pay TV set top box.

    I have used the HDMI for the TV and Sound system link.

  • Alexander03 Nov 11, 2008

    I have a bunch of cables with red/white and yellow plugs. As you no doubt can guess you have a techno illiterate at this end. Sounds like it will be easier to spend the $120 and get the technician back from the shop I purchassed the gear.

    Thanks

  • Alexander03 Nov 11, 2008

    Thanks tech48. Colors I can cope with. I will let you know how I go.

    Harvey

  • Alexander03 Nov 12, 2008

    Thanks. Works like new.



    Harvey

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Could be pretty complicated explaining the stuff here, if you are unsure what to do. Best call on the technician or a friend who is familiar with your model to help you set it up.

Cheers!
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The red/white/yellow cables are your audio and video cables to be used. Look on the back of the devices you want to connect to your Panasonic and you will see some jacks with the same colors. Connect the outputs on the FoxTel and the HD set top box to the available inputs on the Panasonic. Remember where you connected them so that you can change the Panasonic function to those inputs of the Panasonic. You should look for the inputs labeled "Video 1" and "Video 2" and use them if they are available. Remember that you are using RCA cables that are outputs from the Foxtel and HD set top box, and they go to the inputs of the Panasonic. They will be the same color of jacks on all the units you are connecting together.

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    Dave DeGain Nov 12, 2008

    Glad I could be helpful....Thanks for using FixYa!

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Provide INPUT/OUTPUT details of your

1. HD Set Top Box
2. FOXTEL PAY TV

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    monk3ybidzness Nov 11, 2008

    Yellow is for VIDEO
    Red&White for AUDIO


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    monk3ybidzness Nov 11, 2008

    One more try ? One step at a time.

    FOXTEL pay TV set top box connects to the HD set top box.




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T’s easy - just connect your FOXTEL set-top box to a six-speaker Dolby Digital™ surround sound system. They’re simple to install and available at most electrical retailers.
If you don’t have surround sound, don’t worry – you'll still experience the same amazing picture quality, but with stereo sound.

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