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What type of cords do I need to hook up a akia PDP4273m1 to my cable box


Which cable box are you trying to connect to the PDP4273m1? The best choice of cable will depend on the outputs available on the cable box. If your cable box has HDMI (looks like a rectangle with small cutouts on one long side) out, get an HDMI (type A on both sides) video cable and connect it between that port and the TV's HDMI in. (This connection doesn't require an extra audio cable.) If your cable box has a DVI (out, get a DVI to HDMI adapter and the HDMI cable (or a DVI to HDMI cable). Connect the DVI side to the cable box and then the HDMI cable to the TV Then get an RCA audio cable (two male ends on each side, usually red and white). Connect this to the audio out jacks on the cable box and to the DVI audio in ports on the TV.

If you do not have either of those outputs, check for a component video/audio output. Get the component video cable (with 3 RCA plugs on each end - red, blue and green) and an RCA audio cable. Match the colors on each side as you connect the devices.

If those aren't available, the S-video or composite video cables will work. The composite video cable comes with the audio connectors (red, white, yellow RCA plugs). They aren't part of the S-video cable and must be obtained separately. These are limited to standard video (no HD) so they are not the best choices with your tv.

If your cable box has SCART out, you will need an adapter for that. Most provide composite or S-video out. See http://www.svideo.com/scart2.html for one of these. Note: you will need to match the adapter to the CART output or get a converter.

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i hope this helps. Please add a comment with your cable box make/model/provider if you want more help.

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Your laptop does not have a HDMI port. You only have VGA, you have to purchase a VGA to VGA cable VGA is video only interface. So you will need it along with the stereo audio cable
http://pctvcables.com/vga-with-audio-pc-to-tv-cables.html
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Have you referred to the manuals?

It all depends on which way you intend audio to GO.

Consider this: Is the TV really a SOURCE of audio or does the program audio come from elsewhere, like a Cable Box with REAL digital audio capabilities? THAT is where you want the SABT230 to get the TV-related audio, on an optical cable.

Unless your TV has a speaker complement comparable to the SABT230, the TV only NEEDS video and maybe basic audio (from the Cable Box?) for those times you just want to have the TV on for casual watching, like news. AV OUT HDMI can carry video and (unnecessary) high-end audio to the TV from the SABT230, while standard RCA stereo cables can carry the 'normal' audio from the Cable Box to the TV. In any serious viewing you would probbaly mute the TV speakers and use the SABT230 for listening.


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You will need some type of cable, Look at the ports on your tv and soundbar.

If you see both have red and white ports then all you need is red and white audio cables.

If you see both have auxillary input ports then all you will need is a standard aux cable. (3.5mm is the standard)

If you see HDMI slots then you can use a HDMI cable.

If you see a digital audio input port then you can use a digital audio cable.

Luckily makers give us several options on how we want to configure our systems and the variability of the ports allow us to fully customize it. I hope this helped. All of the a fore mentioned cables can be found at your local electronics/department store.

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Bought an hdmi to dvi cable. Now I have no sound. I'm not. Sure what audio cable I need. I have an idea of what it should look like but no one has anything close to it.


The audio cable will depend on the source and the TV. If you are using a computer as the source, you probably need a 3.5 mm male/male end stereo audio cable (like for computer speakers that aren't directly wired). Plug this in to the computer's speaker (out) jack and the TV's audio in (not the headphone jack on the TV). The other possible cable would be an RCA audio cable with two colored jacks on each end of the cable. For a computer to a TV that doesn't have a 3.5 male audio in jack, you may need an audio cable with the 3.5 mm jack on one end and the pair of RCA jacks on the other.

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Hi, Just bought a 26" sony bravia tv. I don't use cable or satillite. I just need to find out what kind of cable I need to connect my panasonic DVD player to the TV and which port do I plug it into?


The best quality would be a HDMI cable, if your DVD player has a HDMI port on the back.

Any of the HDMI ports on the TV can be configured to take the audio over HDMI (digital audio) or over a separate rca stereo patch cable (menu option in the TV for analog audio).

So if your DVD has HDMI, just buy a HDMI cable and you're done. If you cannot figure out how to switch the audio input, there is no big harm in just installing a separate RCA patch cable between the two for the sound.

The next-best would be a component-video cable (Red/Yellow/Green) RCA cable, with a separate red/white RCA audio cable.

Alternately, if your DVD has a S-video port, that is comparable to component video. Then you would need a separate audio cable as well.

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From your cable box, send "optical" to the receiver. From the DVD send "coaxial digital" (looks like one rca cable" if your receiver has it, if not, optical is fine as well. There is no reason to send audio from the TV to the receiver unless you are using an "off-air antenna". If you want to have audio from the cable box to the TV for listening to TV speakers only, send an audio video cable (red/white/yellow) direct to TV. If you need more help just post a comment and I can help you some more.

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