Re: audio from laptop to yamaha amp (rx-v18oo)to sony lcd
You will need a 3.5mm TRS minijack to stereo RCA (red & white)lead.
Connect the headphone-out of the laptop to a line input on the reciever - one of the following inputs should work: CD, CD-R in, Tape in. Do not connect to the Phono input
set the output volume of your laptop about 50% to avoid distortion.
As for connecting the amp to the LCD, it really depends what inputs your screen has, but if you can- run HDMI.
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You probably want to connect the av Audio output from your tv and connect to the RX-V5000. The audio that you are getting from Radio through the tv is probably coming from the output of the RX-V5000 coming to your tv, to which the desiredd route is the other way.
The Outputs at the back should be labeled to tell you which channels are inputs or outputs.
This speaker selector is standard accessory equipment for home audio equipment -- just follow the instructions with the unit.
The speaker selector unit has circuitry which prevents the amp from being overloaded by connecting too many speakers in parallel to the receiver. The receiver will have to be run at a higher volume level to drive all the additional speakers at the same volume as two sets of speakers, but this will not damage the amp in so doing.
If you computer has only analog audio outputs, you could use one of the audio components input , turntable, cassette or CD player input, for this you'll need a cable called " Y ", it's called this way because its shape, in one end you have two white and red RCA plugs which are connected to amplifier, in the other end you have a 3.5mm stereo plug that connects to your computer audio output, preferable the line audio output. If you have digital audio outputs from your computer, you can use the coaxial or optical inputs, the first requires a digital coaxial cable RCA plug both ends and the second an optical fiber Toslink cable.
all you need is one set of the red and white rca cables.your tv should have an audio output with a red and white hole.plug in red and white wires to those holes at the back or side of your tv.plug the other end to your auxilary red and white holes at the back of the stereo....if your stereo doesnt have aux holes then you can plug into L.d.,VIDEO outputs at back of stereo.you then turn your select button,nob on your stereo to either the aux,ld or video.hope this helps
Hi, yes it is possibe, but you are going to have to buy a stereo 2.5mm jack to 2 phono lead. Connect to headphone socket on laptop and the other to a line input on amplifier and adjust setting to suit.
I hope this helps, if you need more info, I will help.
Disconnect the unit from the mains at the wall socket. Leave powered down for 5 mins to ensure a good reset and turn unit on again and see what happens. If there is still no life. Check for failed fuses inside amp. ALWAYS RELACE FUSES WITH THE SAME RATING AND TYPE.