Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The unit did not supply the cable the plugs into front of amp then plugs into out audio of the tv a model tc132c3 panasonic
Typically, the cable would be a mini phone jack cable. The connectors would be called either 3.5 millimeter or 1/8" phone plugs. Some cables have the 1/8" jack on one end and the other end might have 2 RCA connectors. The RCA connectors are also called phono plugs. According to the specs I have found, the system has both phono jack and a mini phone jack. The cheapest solution is a 1/8" stereo male to 1/8" stereo male mini phone cable. Here is a link to a place that several types to choose from, as well as pictures:
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Panasonic SC-HT500
Not really an option to modify cable.Connections inside subwoofer and main unit are difficult to work with.Common problems with dvd are laser/traverse deck failure and dvd tray ailgnment.You can run a seperate Dvd player by using the Tv or Tape audio input in the receiver and run the Video cable direct to TV.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
This picture is from the RT151 manual (which you can find here if you need it):
If you use the front panel LINE IN jack (#6), you need a cable with a 1/8-inch stereo plug at each end. One end connects to your computer's line out jack (always available on the rear, and also on the front panel on many computers), the other end to the RT151.
The other option is to use the rear panel AUX IN connections. Then you'll need a cable with the 1/8-inch plug on one end, and RCA plugs on the other. If you're going to want to leave your computer connected to the stereo system permanently, this would be the way I recommend. You won't have a cable plugged in to the front all the time.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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It's possible that you have the wrong type of HDMI cable. You need one that has Audio Return if you want to feed your Home Theater system with audio from the TV. There are several types of HDMI cable,some with audio return and some without. The two basic types (not including Ethernet) are described below - you need the High Speed version, which does have Audio Return.
HDMI Standard This is the most basic HDMI standard which all cables have to meet. Cable should contain all the connections required for HD transmission, and have to deliver at least a resolution of 720p, (Video mode of 1280 x 720 meaning 720 Horizontal lines). These cables do not contain an Ethernet connection, or audio return.
HDMI High Speed HDMI High Speed cables will support higher resolutions of 1080p. This means at least 1080 Horizontal lines, and cables rated at this specification may well support high resolutions of up to 4096 x 2160 (2160 Horizontal lines), check individual cables specifications for this data. Cables in this specification will also support a data transfer speed of 10.2Gbs (not to be confused with ethernet data speeds which are different), and a clock speed of 320Mhz. These cables do not contain an Ethernet connection, but do include an Audio Return Channel.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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