Question about Onkyo HT-S680 System
Samsung LCD HD TV & Samsung Home Theatre System. No Theatre Sound when just watching TV. Audio cable (R&W) installed and still no theatre sound with TV only. Can you help me...All I want is to turn the TV on and to be able to enjoy the great theatre sound system while watching TV. :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Onkyo subwoofer not working
I fixed my subwoofer. The resistor at R16 (right next to the fuse) was the fried component. I removed it and replaced it with a 13K ohm 5 watt metal oxide resistor (from Mouser Electronics if not available locally). Works fine now. I got the solution and the circuit schematic from an audio hobbiest at diyAudio.com. This is, evidently, a fairly common problem.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
why it doesn't come. just connect the RCA cable to the output pins of TV and connect them to the input female jacks of home theatre receiver. or if the TV has optical out and the home theatre reciever had optical in. thats the best option. just connect one optical cable to enjoy the 5.1 sound. tell me clear problem if u r nt solved.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
1 thing to keep in mind with HT (home theater) systems is that when selecting a particular function that the input to the receiver matches the output to the TV/monitor. Example, you can play dvd's just fine because the HDMI output from the 958 matches the input to your monitor. Many consumers are under the mistaken impression that the home theater receiver can convert the HDMI to some other format, i.e. digital co-ax or optical. This is not the case. To use some other input the receiving device must have the same function & that particular input must be selected in order for the receiver to amplify it.
That being said, when you previously tried the digital co-ax connection did you specially select that input on your HT receiver? If you didn't, the receiver would be expecting to be processing audio from the HDMI input & would ignore the digital co-ax. You may also need to select that output on the monitor in order to active it, which, in most cases, would be odd. I was attempting to access the owners' manuals for these units & decided to respond with basic info hoping to get you up & running. Respond to this post if you have any additional questions.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
If your television has RCA style audio/video output you can use an audio RCA cable (red & white connectors) and simply plug from the 'output' of your television into the auxilliary input on the back of the HT-BD2.
Then select AUX on the HT-BD2 remote, whenever you wish to listen to the television audio.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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Dec 27, 2010 | Curtis DVD5091 Theater System
Connecting an Amplifier / DVD Home Theater
TV Rear Panel
1 Audio Cable (Not supplied)
Amplifier/DVD Home Theater
1 Connect Audio Cables between the
AUDIO OUT [R-AUDIO-L] jacks on
the TV and Audio Input jacks on the
Amplifier / DVD Home Theater.
When an audio amplifier is connected
to the AUDIO OUT [R-AUDIO-L]
jacks: Decrease the volume of the TV
and adjust the volume level with the
Amplifier's volume control.
Each Amplifier/DVD Home Theater has
a different back panel configuration.
When connecting an Amplifier/DVD
Home Theater, match the color of the
connection terminal to the cable.
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