Question about Panasonic SC-HT820V System
Currently I connect system to an older BenQ SVGA projector and run the sound for DVDs through the Panasonic. I wonder if I upgrade to an XVGA projector (ViewSonic PJD5233 with HDMI--no HDMI as such, only component on the Panasonic out), is there still a way to play the surround sound through the audio? The ViewSonic projector has: HDMI, dual RGB-in, RGB-out, audio in/out, RS232, and S-Video and composite video connections.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Maybe because is only read audio, like Photos and mp3 audio only, expecially if read format llike "High Mat" to read photos and music, try to go to instructions manual and see the format what your dvd read.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: blu ray connect to my sc-pt660
Why not leave the audio into the TV via HDMI from the Bluray and then optical audio out from TV to the home theater audio system? Same as the hook up for the cable box. The SC-
PT660 only has one optical audio connector so your solution may not be feasible assuming he's also got a cable box connected to the TV.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
SOURCE: Just got Panasonic Home Theater
What kind of TV do you have?
I have found one of the easiest ways to connect surround system is to connect all your accessories (ie. Wii, Cable Box, VCR, etc) to the TV.
Next find the AUDIO OUT on the TV and connect this to the TV or AUX input on the home theater.
Tune the Home theater to the Input that you connected the TV to. This should play the audio through the home theater for any input you tune the TV to.
Note: make sure to turn the TV volume all the way down otherwise there will be some distortion due to the delay between the TV and the home theater.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
Yes it is possible and relatively simple to do. I suspect you have only connected an HDMI cable from the Home Theater system (HT) to the TV. This cable only sends audio and video to the TV from the HT system - it can't be used to receive the audio from the TV back to the HT.
To get audio from the TV channels through the HT speakers, you will need to connect a separate audio cable from the AUDIO OUT sockets on the TV to the HT. This can be either a Digital Optical cable (connects to socket ringed in green) or an RCA type stereo audio cable (connects to AUX sockets ringed in red).
If you are using a cable or satellite receiver, you should connect the receiver directly to the HT rather than the TV. You would also need to select the correct INPUT on the HT when you want to use the speakers for the TV channels. This will be DIGITAL 1 if using the digital optical cable or AUX if using the RCA stereo audio cable.
The audio connections are explained on page 16 of your user manual and input selection is explained on page 23. If you don't have a manual, please let me know and I can supply one.
I can draw you a diagram showing how to connect your TV to the HT and provide step-by-step instructions for setting it up, but you will need to let me know the brand and model number of your TV. If you are using a cable or satellite receiver, please let me know the brand and model number of this receiver as well.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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