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It just depends on the tv you have. If you hook up the RCA jacks to the (Audio out) of the TV into one of the (AUX in) ports of the home Theatre system you should be able to geet the sound that comes from the TV to play out the theatre system. If you are watching through a cable box you will need to hook the RCA cables to the cable box (Audio out) too the theatre systems (AUX in), in insted.
Having browsed the user manual I wonder if you plugged in the Sony BDV T57 Home Theatre System while the Polaroid FLM-2632 tv was powered down via the optical cable .
Then powered up the Sony BDV T57 Home Theatre System first and then powered up the Polaroid FLM-2632 tv
Maybe the Polaroid FLM-2632 TV has to detect that the Sony BDV T57 Home Theatre System is connected and powered up when the Polaroid FLM-2632 powers up. To activate its digital audio out ????
The note part about only being available only under HDTV (cable/air) mode. Might be the cause of your hassle also ?
DIRECTLY FROM THE USER MANUAL
source from http://tv.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/polaroid/polaroid_flm_flm2632.html
" ? Connecting to Audio Receiver:
Use an audio cable to connect the audio receiver's audio LINE IN jacks to LCD TV's
AUDIO OUT jacks. ? Connecting to Digital 5.1 Sound System:
Use an optical cable to connect the audio amplifier's OPTICAL IN jacks to LCD TV's
OPTICAL OUT jacks.
Use a coaxial cable to connect the audio amplifier's COAXIAL IN jacks to LCD TV's
COAXIAL OUT jacks. Note: Above mentioned function is only available under HDTV (cable/air) mode.
? Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
? Press the button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV."
go to radio shack or walmart . get a cable that has an 1/8th inch stereo plug on one end and two (male) rca plugs on the other end.
make sure your volume is not all the way up on either the computer or the stereo.
plug the 1/8 inch plug into your "speaker or headphone" jack on the laptop.
plug the red and white (male) rca plugs into the auxilary or cd "IN" on the home theatre.
Power up the stereo, make your source on the home theatre the Auxilary or CD, whichever you used to plug the RCA's into.
now you should hear anything from the laptop through the home theatre.
why it doesn't come. just connect the RCA cable to the output pins of TV and connect them to the input female jacks of home theatre receiver. or if the TV has optical out and the home theatre reciever had optical in. thats the best option. just connect one optical cable to enjoy the 5.1 sound. tell me clear problem if u r nt solved.
The best idea would be to get an audio interface, providing that your home theatre has an IN such as left and right phono. hese can be found for around 60 GBP. A chaeper alternative would be to buy and adapter which splits headphone to phono although an audio interface would allow you to send sound from you theatre in to your laptop as well.