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Audio Leads I am trying to find out what leads i need to connnect my tv and set top box to my stereo can someone help me out please.

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You need 2 rca phono to 2 rca phono link the set top box to hifi using aufio output on set top and aux on hifi

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You will need leads that can connect to the DVD player for these signals and connect them to the video and audio inputs of the TV .
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I am assuming this should read 'Set top box'. What kind of cable are you using?

Usually the set top box connects via a SCART lead but yours may be HDMI if it is a very new set top box.

If you are using RCA plugs, you may have cross connected the wrong cables. The RCA cables should be colour-coded. RED and WHITE are for audio, Yellow is for video.

Best advice is to switch it all off, remove all the cables you attached, and start again. The instruction manual/user guide usually has an illustration to help you identify what your set up looks like - there are usually several examples.

If the cables you need did not come with the set top box, you will need to purchase them.

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Specifics regarding equipment would be helpful since we have no idea what connectors are available on either end of this problem.

TV's are usually not the root source of anything and are not known as hi-fi audio sources but almost everything THEY hear comes from one (cable/sat/dvd/Blueray).

Generally, I would get the BEST digital audio from the original TV-related source and bring it into the receiver/control amplifier for processing if possible. Failing that, use analog RCA cabling from the source to any available Line Level input but be mindful that multichannel info is only carried digitally.

If theTV does have an RCA analog audio input you could also run your cable/sat box analog audio output into it for lo-fi TV listening (news, weather) through the TV speakers, if it has them.

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all you need to do is plug the power in, put the scart lead into the back of your Pioneer tv, the other end of your scart into the bottom scart of your sky box named TV.

you will also need to connect the sky cable to the box to receive your signal. its a F type connector ie it screws on.

The other cable you have with the 6 push in coloured leads they are Component cable and the red and white ones are Audio cables. You will not need these cable unless your sky box is a HD box then i would suggest you get a HDMI cable instead of using component (less cables showing) dont be fooled into buying gold plated HDMI cables as they do not make any difference to the picture Quality as the back of the sky box is alley and so is the telly. So please dont waste your money on that type of cable.

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Scroll down and Highlight Center Input, And select Off.

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I will try to explain this clearly.

Make sure that there is sound leaving from the connections on the top box.

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Check the menus in both the top box and the TV set to make sure that all setups are correctly done.

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1. Connect the archos to the TV ( using the 3 leads red/yellow/white into the TV or DVD player) and the other end of the lad, a single jack into the back of the archos mini set-top box. Plug the single jack into the "RV Output". 2. Then start playing a movie on the archos. 3. Then press down on the flat silver button on the top of the archos device. Your screen should turn black/blank. This means your sending your movie to your TV. 4. Tune your TV to find the Archos movie in the same way you would tune your TV to find another pay TV set-top box ( like cable TV or Satelite). Problem solved. 
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