I switched from dish to cable, now my surround sound only works through my tv speakers. I made sure it was hooked up right even contacted the company that installed it. I nor them have been able to make it work properly.
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Re: Kenwood home theater
Are you using the Digital connection from the newly installed cable box going into the Kenwood digital input? If you are be sure that the cable box AUDIO OUTPUT setup menu has been enabled to 5.1 or Digital, seems to be that the TV is receiving a 2 channel input from the cable box whether or not you are using occasionally a digital connector, and the cure is usually the Audio Output cable box configuration.
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As long as your television and system both have (audio/out jacks from tv, audio/in to system) and cables it should hook up. Not real sure what you mean about directions for the remote, the system I have didn't come with directions just starts working as soon as the system is hooked up. Hope it helps
Hello,at this point you have two options, You'll either need the home re-wired so the receiver is in the same room, or you can try purchasing an RF modulator. This is basically a cable converter you can find these at radio shack. Hope this helps!!!
The broadcaster of the TV station has to tell you they are transmitting surround sound - sometimes they are just transmitting stereo. Also, the media as in CD's and DVD movies must have surround sound embedded or recorded on it to allow surround sound.
there is a nobb on the subwoofer, one is to dial down or up the sub (noob1) , and the other is to dial up or down the 5.1 speark (noob 2). turn noob 2 to the left to dial down the sound, first time i got my setup it was totally down, btw the 5.1 works wonderous if you use a home theater system. Iam using a 1,000watt sony home theater system. 100/200watt RMS per channel at 5 channel those little speakers really can handle well, I never experiance any blow outs :) Coby outdid themselfs with this system
Do you have a cable box or satellite box? If you do, try hooking up your TV sound through the box. Look for audio out in the back of box (white/red RCA Jacks). Hook RCA cable from cable box to surround amp. Even if the audio out jacks are being used already, you can use Y connectors to hook up the surround amp to the box.
Hope this works for you!
your tv might have aux out on the back, I would use that first.
IF NOT, then you will need to use the cable box.Insert the red and white plugs at the other end of
this cable into the AUDIO IN TV or cable box connectors on the
Be sure to match red to red and white to white. 3.Use your TV remote control to turn the TV speakers
down to minimum volume.
This prevents the echo effect of audio playing
through both the TV speakers and your 3•2•1®