Question about Audio Players & Recorders
TV: Sharp LC-32LD135K Blu-Ray: LG BP125
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Sanyo 18.5"
OK, the Sound for the TV MUST come DIRECT from the signal "Source" in this case your DECODER, that is where the sound originates from, that an the Video signal.
The signal comes in the antenna, is decoded and sent out the Video out & Audio Out. Now, depending on what type of out put means the type of connection, COMPONENT, COMPOSITE, HDMI, SVHS.
Now BOTH Componet & Composite must also use the Red & White Audio, an HDMI signal usually sends BOTH audio & Video down the same Lead, but NOT always, and sometimes require the red & White Audio also. SVHS, is again a Video only output, and again must use the Red & White Audio, output.
SO to get a signal from our Decoder, to the TV, we then hook the Video & Audio signal to our, Home Theater System HTS, now this takes our Video signal and eventually Outputs it to the TV.
The TV; uses an EXTERNAL Input for the Video, NOT a "Channel input" the "Audio" is decoded and handled by and IN the HTS, and it output's to the surround sound speakers, and NO audio is output from the actual TV speakers themselves.
Now IF you wish for the TV to have a Signal & Audio come from the Input signal, one simply has to have an INPUT Video connection, on the EXTERNAL input, most TV's have more than one, ALSO the Audio must be input on the Audio External INPUT. Both the External Audio & Video Inputs are selected from the TV, selecting EXTERNAL input. This then will provide a Video & Audio signal.
If you were to split the Audio, AFTER the Decoders Audio output BUT before it went into the HTS, and take, one lead to the Audio IN of the HTS, and the other lead goes to the TV's Audio External Input. Red & White. then the TV will have sound coming out of the TV speakers and the surround sound too, if that's what was wanted.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
SOURCE: I have an LG TV
There are two things that I can suggest.
1-Test your optical cables to make sure they a good on a known working source because they are very fragile and break very easily.
2-Try to eliminate the use of optical output from tv to receiver. There may be a problem from the HDMI to optical conversion at the tv. Instead, try running the audio directly from the source to the receiver, and let the tv deal with video input only.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
Try to check the audio setting of the player. If you user using optical or coaxial then the audio out put format setting should be Raw other wise it should be PCM. You will see the setting if you go through the menu of the player
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Posted on Jan 07, 2017
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