The sound on our system sporadically clicks off when we are watching TV or listening to music. If we switch the system to another input (TV to CD, for instance) and switch it right back, the sound comes back. It's happening more and more often.
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They are all standardized interfaces...
You will get the most from your system if you read all the owners support information.
Samsung has their own on board system that can control the volume of both units... and there are audio PROFILES you might enjoy trying out... Some sound better when listening to MUSIC, as opposed to MOVIES... or SPEACH... and are labeled as such...
One of the BETTER SAMSUNG THEATER SOUND UNITS also features an AUX input where we found it convenient to apply the
BLUETOOTH receiver for listening to our FAVORITES on our play lists!!
no u will not be able to because you would have two seperate sources like to listen to ur iphone ud have to put ur surround sound on auxilary while for xbox ud have to have it on something else which ever port ur xbox is pluged into ur surround sound at or whereever ur tv is pluged on ur surround sound
If I understand your question correctly you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver,JVC TH-M606 ** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" of your TV
** to "AUX input "
or "TV" OR "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) or "Optic Cable input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on JVC TH-M606 RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic connection... There you go..Your TV sound is on the JVC TH-M606 Receiver..By this means whatever you watch on the TV (tuner, satellite , Xbox ) ,it's sound will come thru your stereo..
If you want to listen your receiver thru your TV, sorry but it is not a preferable attempt since TV sound system is not a HI-FI quality compare to your nice Receiver..if you really want to do it,try to do the connections given above in reverse..
And,best of my knowledge I am afraid you can not put in progressive mode without remote
Hope this helps!
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if you are not watching tv in hd or the show is not recorded in surround then you will not get any sound from them. if this is not the case you can try a simple optical cable run from the tv to the reciever. This cable is about 50 bucks and has awesome quality. Hope this helps.
I don't know if this will help but although I have a different system to listen to the tv through my 5.1 system before I got my new tv I had to switch the tv to external speakers or the sound would only come out the tv speaker
There is an orange button on the remote, half way down in the middle. I belive it has orange lettering and says something like "TV-?" press that, and the sound should start to come through your speaker system. You can then use the original remote that came with your TV and turn the sound off on the TV to use just the theatre system. I noticed that if you use the TV speakers in conjunction with the theatre system, that it echo's.
Hi there, in order to listen to t.v you need to purchase an optical cable and plug this in the optical out of the tv to the optical in on the blue ray then select D.IN.1 on the blue ray and press mode on the remote until it says matrix . This will allow you to listen to the t.v through all speakers. hope this helps. Also remember to take the rubber protectors off the ends of the optical cable, a lot of people forget this :)
I've had similar problems in the past. With audio problems trace the problem from the source to the amp.
1. What output is the cable box using for audio, digital or analog? 2. Is there a setting in the cable box to switch between digital and analog? 3. Once you have determined the output of the cable box check to make sure that it's going into the right output on the panasonic 4. This is where the problem usually is...what is the receiver expecting for sound, analog or digital? 5. Switching between the sources...the sound should be on one of them.
I guess you connected your TV set to THX25 through the AUX input jacks. If yes, then try to set the sound system to 5.1, not for STEREO (default) setting. This should solve your problem (it sure solved mine). If the sound received from your TV set is not stereo, then you'll hear only mono.