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How do I connect/output the audio signal from the Samsung TV to my amplifier?

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I assume you are taking an output from either the "Phono" or "Cinch" sockets on the TV.
There are leads available that combine left and right channels to one output. All you do is buy a Phone lead with the correct plugs on it. The lead will be a stereo lead. Cut the cable and join the screen/braided outer wired together. Connect the TV stereo inners together and you have a mono output. The TV has a buffer to ensure no damage is done to the sockets. If you want you can use a pair of 10k resistors in a "Y" configuration but as it is not a balanced amplifier input, it really doesn't matter.
Just use one of the plugs for your Induction Amplifier and you will get a mono signal on your loop that contains all of the audio information.
Hope that helps.

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What can be connected to te audio output jacks on the back of this set?


You didn't include make and model TV; so only generalized answers are possible.

Typical RCA phono jacks like those shown in the blue box of the stereo amplifier below:

25998201-ac5bgneb45fvu53muoueauti-3-0.jpg will accept cables to connect to other audio devices. The audio RCA jacks are color coded RED (right) and WHITE (left) for low level stereo signals. Some have YELLOW jacks for Standard Definition video, ORANGE jacks for AC3 Digital audio and newer amps have HDMI jacks.

Connect the TV's audio OUTPUT jacks and a stereo pair of unused audio INPUT jacks on the amplifier with cables that have ends that match each. Turn on the stereo & TV and select the input on the amplifier that matches the stereo pair of inputs you used to connect to the TV. Adjust the volume to hear the audio over your stereo system's speakers.

Use the HDMI or AC3 sources for superior audio - including 5.1 (or better) Dobly Digital when possible. Otherwise, a standard 2 channel stereo program will be heard.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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Connect with componet cables.


The only digital audio input for this TV will be via the HDMI input. Of course, even with HDMI in, you're only going to get a simple stereo output from the TV. You can use the analog L & R audio inputs for a very similar sound from the TV speakers.

The digital multi-channel audio (Dolby Digital, THX, 5.1, 7.1, etc) encoded in the program should be connected to a suitable multi-channel amplifier with either a TOSLINK (optical), RF (coaxial) or HDMI cable for theatre-like sound. This can be done by (a) cabling from the source (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) directly to a multi-channel amp and speakers, or (b) from the HDMI output of these devices (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) into one or both of the TV's HDMI inputs. This will provide only stereo sound output from the TV speakers. You should connect the TV's TOSLINK optical "Digital Output" jack with an optical cable to the amplifier's TOSLINK optical input jack to obtain theatre sound.

To listen to the program shown, you would select the amplifier input assciated with the optical, RF or HDMI input that is connected to the source (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) if connected directly. If the TV HDMI input(s) are used, they are output to the TV optical output and should be connected to the amplifier optical input. The amp input associated with the optical input should be selected to hear the program with theatre-like sound.

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I want to connect my stereo


Your TV must have a sound output, preferable an RCA type output jacks, these are connected to aux or line inputs of your audio amplifier, in some TV sets, you must deactivate speakers at menu to have audio at these outputs, please check your TV user guide for more details.

Sep 11, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a Harmon Kardon HK 3370 Stereo Receiver and a Samsung LCD LE40C530F1W. When I connect the stereo Aux jack to the LCD Audio jacks ( red and white rf cables ) I get no sound out via the receiver.


Obviously make sure your stereo mode selector is set to AUX and the volume on the stereo is turned up at least a little when you test it.

If you still have no luck then try increasing the volume on the TV as well. You may have it set so that the level of the audio signal leaving the rear output connectors on the TV varies with the TV volume. That way if your TV volume was turned down or muted when you tested it, then you would not hear anything coming through your stereo.

There should be a setting in the AUDIO OPTIONS menu of your TV where you can switch between a VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT and a FIXED AUDIO OUTPUT level.

With the FIXED audio output level, you control the volume of the TV audio coming through the stereo speakers with the stereo remote only.

Otherwise it should work.

Good luck.

Jul 16, 2011 | Harman Kardon HK 3370 Receiver

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I want to get a mono audio output from the TV audio sockets to combine the L&R channels to a magnetic loop amplifier. At present I only use the R channel) I want to keep the main sound as-is so that...


I assume you are taking an output from either the "Phono" or "Cinch" sockets on the TV.
There are leads available that combine left and right channels to one output. All you do is buy a Phone lead with the correct plugs on it. The lead will be a stereo lead. Cut the cable and join the screen/braided outer wired together. Connect the TV stereo inners together and you have a mono output. The TV has a buffer to ensure no damage is done to the sockets. If you want you can use a pair of 10k resistors in a "Y" configuration but as it is not a balanced amplifier input, it really doesn't matter.
Just use one of the plugs for your Induction Amplifier and you will get a mono signal on your loop that contains all of the audio information.
Hope that helps.

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I have a Sony Bravia KDL-46X3100 tv set which I want to connect to my Yamaha RX-V730 amplifier so that we can listen to tv programmes through the sound system. How do I connect them using RCA cables as I...


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

Oct 15, 2010 | Yamaha AX-596 Amplifier

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No audio output to tv on my dell 1545


That, & most, earphone sockets, simply doesn't have enough "Current" or signal voltage to drive your TV set's audio in Amplifier. You need to get a Pre-Amp, to amplify the signal, up to a level that can be used by the TV. So you need to purchase, or build from a kit, a small stereo pre-amp and insert it between your laptop & TV audio In.

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I have a 37 WLT 68 TV, is it possible to connect


Strictly speaking, no. Your TV has both a line-level audio output, via RCA cables, and a SPDIF (digital audio output) connector (and a headphone jack). Any of these will output a low-level signal into an stereo amplifier or home theater AV receiver. The speakers would be attached to that separate amplifier unit.

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Connecting TV and Receiver Amplifier


you will have some line loss (decreased audio signal) at the stereo
you may pick up strange noises, as the 50 foot wires are antennas that will pick up stray signals if they are present
try it, then you will be the expert, as you are in 'uncharted waters'

Jun 13, 2009 | Samsung DVD-VR357

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Amplifier problem


Here's the basic problem. The DVD player can get a 5.1 audio source from the DVD. That signal is then converted from Digital to Analog and split into 6 channels of information. Each channel has an audio out on the back of your player. You are only using the Front L and Front R outputs. Based on how I read your description, they seem to be sent from your DVD to your TV, and then from your TV to your receiver. The problem is that you are only listening to two of the six channel, so you are losing a lot of information. How this sounds to you depends, in part, on how the sound is mixed on the DVD (5.1 versus just stereo, for example).

Because you don't have 5.1 system to take all six outputs (analog "DVD Audio" connections), you shouldn't be using those outputs. You could use the digital out (optical or coax SP/DIF) to send all channels to a receiver that could do the splitting (D/A), but it sounds like you don't have the equipment for that.

You didn't provide the model for the LG DVD, but there should be connections for analog stereo. They would be labeled as Audio Out L / R, or something similar. The connections are stereo, but your player would use all 5.1 channels to play through those stereo channels. You could connect those directly to your receiver, or you can continue trying to have the TV as a step in between (not suggested unless you just like to watch DVDs without turning on the receiver).

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