I have a Sony DAV-DZ100 DVD Home Theatre System and my television is a
Panasonic TH-42PZ85BA. I'm trying to connect my dvd home cinema so i
can play through my surround sound while playing on the xbox.
My home cinema is connected to my telvision via scart. I have my xbox connected to my television via HDMI and when I try the
home cinema on the Television function the sound still plays the actual
tv channel i was previously on even tho im displaying the xbox on the
I previously red that I need a digital audio cable but my home cinema only has the connecter for COAXIAL.
On the internet I have seen adapter converters from coaxial input to digital audio input, will this work with the DAV-DZ100?
Anyone got any ideas on how I should connect it.
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I am having SONY DAV-DZ100 DVD Home theater system. The player is reading all the MP3 format cds and If I Insert any DVD, the message showing as "can't play this disc", even its a new DVD. Please suggest the solution.
Please check at rear of TV for Digital Optical IN port as home theater should have optical out port at rear. If you got any optical in port in TV, just connect optical wire between TV and home theater.
2nd option is check Line Out pins at rear of home theater system, if found, hook red-white RCA cable there and put it to same input in TV where you hooked Video (composite or component) cable.
that is possible
the home theater has so many in puts on your dvd and out puts.
there is a way
1 you can buy a vedio/audio converted to rf signals, this will mean both signals entering tv using rf.
2 get your vedio out from dvd and audio out, feed that to a converter, vedio in and audio in okey
Unfortunately because your existing system does not have the option of connecting an external source, such as another DVD player, the only option you have is to reuse your existing speakers and purchase another amplifier. Trying to patch another DVD into your existing unit would require a bit of technical expertise which would be more trouble than it is worth. The all-in one concept is convenient but very limiting in terms of expansion.