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No sound thru pioneer equaliser from quatrron tv

We are trying to get the sound to play through our pioneer speaker system. We are joining through hdmi cable. Our knowledge is limited. Please help

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There are two way to do this.
1. Connect all your devices individually to the Pioneer receiver. Doing this allows you so have different sound settings for each input. A reason you might want this is that your DVD will need a DTS or Dolby sound setting so that you get the best audio from your DVD, whereas your TV may only be outputting stereo audio. In this case you would set your Pioneer to a stereo setting.
2. Connect your devices to the Sharp display, then connect the audio output of the Sharp to a free audio input on the Pioneer.
Your Sharp LED TV has two ways to do this: a. If you have a digital capable Pioneer sound system, connect using the "Digital Audio Output". You will need a Toslink (Optical) cable for this connection. b. If you only have analog capabilities in your Pioneer sound system, you must use the 3.5mm (1/8 Inch) analog audio output from the Sharp TV to stereo RCA (red and white plugs that are most commonly supplied with home theatre product).

Posted on Oct 28, 2012

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  • mfranky79
    mfranky79 Oct 28, 2012

    Thank you so very much for your help Nick you are spot on. We didn't get given the optical cable with purchase so will pick up I store tomorrow and give it a go. Thanks again Mate.

  •  Nick Manton
    Nick Manton Oct 28, 2012

    You are most welcome! Thank you for replying.

  • Kristen Booty Dec 30, 2012

    Ok, we are totally lost trying to make 2 hdmi connections to our pioneer receiver.... We are only getting sound for one of them... Can you help?

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