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The key to running the Bose 901s is to have the equalizer inserted into the tape monitor loop. Most 'old school' stereo receivers have tape monitor inputs. On an AV receiver, the VCR or CD analog inputs/outputs could be used but you will be limiting your listening to stereo sources. Please be aware that some AV receivers will not allow you to select different audio and video sources. The Marantz NR15xx, SRx004 receivers are pretty flexible, and allow you to pair up a component audio input with an HDMI (or other) video input. (No surround sound in this type of setup...)
What's supposed to be on that single audio cable. Does it says something meaningful like "digital" audio? That would go to any available coaxial digital input and it would have to be assigned within the VSX. Read the manual.
You might get better audio results if you just skip the TV and grab the digital audio from your Cable Box if that is where it really originates.
No signal ever benefits from multiple connections or 'hops' and who buys a TV for its sound anyway?
if your trying to use the dvr still your probably not connecting it all properly. make sure that. having a sony trinitron you have alot of connections on the back. if you connect all of the accessories that you have on your tv directly into each input and use the tvs main output connection to connect straight to your surround sound. this should fix your problem. plus you wont have a bunch of stuff hooked up to your surround sound receiver
well i dont know how much they differ but i have a vsx-517 reciever(pioneer) all i do is run the one video out to my tv and run everthing else through my reciever.my configuration is i have the tv/sat input hooked up to my dvd which has an video out and then my sat was hooked to dvr/vcr input hope this helps alo there is loudness setting and speaker configuratino as well i have my effect turned as far as they will go so i suppose it punches out fairly decednt volume at -60 through 35 any further and i sometimes overload my system lol anyway hope this helps if you need and idea on what it look like ill take a pic ans send it to you-z
Hi to connect your ps3 to your tv all you would need is a hdmi to hdmi connector which would mean the sound would come straight out of your tv. The sound comes directly out of the hdmi cable. If you want to connect the ps3 to an external reciver you might want to get an AV reciver with HDMI inputs. This would connect to your tv and you can switch channels to different sources connected into the receiver, also they come with very good seperate speakers so you wouldnt have to use you telly speakers and you can connect your directv box into it aswell.
Alternatively you can connect the audio phono outputs from your AV multiout connector on your ps3 (the cable should be provided) to a seperate sound system with phono AUX inputs, these are found on most soundsystems but check with whoever your buying it from. But this means that you cant use the HDMI output of your PS3 for video just the AV multiout video signal (which is a bit rubbish, so I suggest the latter solution.
Similar problem...I came up with a solution with
help from Onyko. For my receiver, at least, the bottom line was that
the output from the equalizer MUST go to 'Receiver, Tape In'! Since
that is the ONLY input source from the equalizer, you must combine
elsewhere. Part of my setup included the Radio Shack Audio/Video
Selector box which costs $21.99...you might not need it, but in my
case, I couldn't plug all components into the back of the receiver and
have them go through the equalizer.
Since I have a satellite
receiver, DVD player and TV, that I want to route through the
equalizer, here is the way mine is set up and working:
Satellite receiver and DVD player out to Radio Shack audio/video selector
Audio/video selector out to VCR in.
VCR video directly to TV
VCR audio red/white (audio) out to equalizer
Equalizer out to Receiver Tape IN (Receiver Out not used)