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If the TV has analog audio outputs, then you need an analog to digital audio converter. These converters are not bi-directional; thus the input can't be used for an output signal. This isn't clear from your description above. If your converter has optical IN and analog out, you might be better off with an RCA audio (M/M) to 3.5 mm cable (M) or adapter (RCA F/F to 3.5 mm M).
An analog to digital audio converter is here: http://www.gefen.com/kvm/gtv-aaud-2-digaud.jsp?prod_id=5278 . There are some converters that aren't compatible with all devices; you might want to try a different one. If you do have the correct converter, double check if you have enabled the external audio output on your TV. This will be in the Audio sub-menu for most LG TVs.
hello! unless your "Bose" has an optical or coaxial digital stream audio inputs, there is no way of connecting TVs audio output to your receiver(home theater). to by pass the TV itself, connect analog audio output off your cable or set top boxes. those, still have analog audio out. If you need to connect more audio sources, use TV as a video monitor, connect all the audio outs to your "Bose", instead. In case of terrestrial broadcast, you may need to obtain digital converter box and use it simultaneously with TV to get your audio out. Also, if you lack DVR, that box will allow you to use regular DVD recorder. It's not going to be HD quality, but better, than nothing. You can't feed HD video signal out of TV set.Only analog. good luck, Alex.
What's supposed to be on that single audio cable. Does it says something meaningful like "digital" audio? That would go to any available coaxial digital input and it would have to be assigned within the VSX. Read the manual.
You might get better audio results if you just skip the TV and grab the digital audio from your Cable Box if that is where it really originates.
No signal ever benefits from multiple connections or 'hops' and who buys a TV for its sound anyway?
"7800" amp isn't a unique term. Who makes it? An amp with male plugs, really? Most audio devices and amps have female RCA inputs connected by male cables.
All that alphabet soup for the TV gets bupkus, too. YOURS is the only hit on Google.
Go to http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/ and drill down to find the manual for your TV and see what it recommends for audio connection to an amp. Be patient, the initial alpha directories are slow to load.
If the TV programming originates with a Cable Box, use IT as the audio source. TV -audio is usually minimalist.
The VCR is straight analog/composite and if you are trying to get it to show up on the TV via the HDMI connection between the receiver and the TV it is probably not going to work correctly until you add a dedicated pair of audio connection from the receiver to the TV...
Typically you need to consider the surround system as the central point for sound distribution (and in newer receivers, the distribution point for video signal as well). So you need to think of your TV and Satellite as sound sources and connect them to the IN side of your surround sound system. From the back of your TV then, look for the Audio OUT (commonly Red for right and White (or black) for Left. Connect these to the IN on the back of the surround system. Likewise for your satellite box. Then make sure you select the appropriate source on the surround system. If the system supports the video signal, you can route that as well. Beware that you'll need some sort of simulation (provided by the Phillips unit) to upconvert stereo to surround ... check the manual online. If you post model numbers for the Phillips and satellite units, we might be able to direct you more specifically (provided we can find manuals online)
If your BOSE system only has one audio input you will have to connect everything to your tv and like the other guy said there will be an audio out on the back of your tv, connect that to your BOSE and when you switch inputs on your tv it should send that audio to your speaker setup.