Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I would like to connect it to my tv and use as surround sound but i dont seem to be able to do this. Help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toshiba CRT
At best you have brunt out the audio power amplifier of your TV. At worst you have also taken out you power supply that is technically connected to every section in your TV. This right now, is not about replacing a part, it is about finding all of the damage that was done and repairing those items (you notice I said items). I say this because if you caught a break on this you will only have one damaged part and that is the final Audio amplification stage, but I don't believe in breaks or in luck so assume the worst. I would suggest that you take the TV to a repair shop for an estimate, if the estimate is over what you expect, get a new TV and try to repair this one as you look at your new TV. Its good for practice.
I hope this helps, Thank you, Shuttle83
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
SOURCE: LG HT 503PH Hi-Fi Surround
You need to get an optical cable (not supplied with the system of course!). Will cost about £20. That will fit from the sound system to the TV to give you 5.1 surround (else you're stuck with stereo) and THEN you need HDMI from your DVD to the TV... presuming that's the way you're going. Else it's whatever you output from DVD to the TV and then the TV sees you have optical out and pushes the sound to the 5.1 system.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Hello. I figured it out. You probably have a computer that only has one AUDIO OUT jack or headphone jack. Take the wire with the green plugs (1/4") and put one end in the AUX jack on the front of the Altec subwoofer and the other in your audio out or headphone jack. After turning on the power switch on the back of the Altec subwoofer, you'll see the green indicator light next to the AUX jack on the subwoofer blink and then come on steadily. YOU MUST HIT THE AUX BUTTON on the remote control, or you won't hear anything. (Make sure your PC's audio is set to line out, if it doesn't recognize the speakers automatically.) This is the same way you hook up an MP3 player or portable CD player, etc.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Loose the Cd player and check the mechanism or the Cd tray to see if nothing has hooked it.
You can also check the board inside the Cd player that controls the eject button, see if the wire there is properly fixed.
Do a thorough checkup of the internal part of your Cd player, and I believe you will definitely be able to fix it.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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There is an optical output from your Virgin + box but there is no optical input in the Goomans, there is only 5.1 input. The only way to do it is to connect the re and white phono audio output from you virgin box to the red and white tv inputs on the goodmans, this will sound good but it will not give you dolby digital sound.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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