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Re: my rca RTD315W home theater plays the dvd video but...
You can get a logitech remote on www.newegg.com for about 40 bucks that is super easy to program using your computer, all that is required by the remote is the serial number of the product and the model number
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run yellow cable from xbox to TV vide input for picture!, now run the red/white cables to AUX ibput on the RCA and push function till you see aux and poof, you got Video on the tV and audio from the surround sound.
You can use either the multi pin connector cable, or plug the white, yellow and red cables to the TV set at the DVD player input or "Video 1" and the the audio output of the TV Another red and white set of RCA cables into the audio input of the home theater. This way the TV can play through the home theater system when you are watching cable or over the air.
If you do not want to hear the TV audio, you should go to the audio properties and select "external speaker system" but if you do this the home theater system must be on to hear any audio from the set until you set it back to the TV speakers through the TV's setup menus again.
First of all we need to know how audio comes in from the TV and it's make/model, just in case it's complicated - cable type and name the output to which input on the RCA.
A TV's speakers are not generally considered a viable additions or alternatives to audio-specific designs. That is not to say they aren't better than some. Just the same TV's usually are not at the output end of an audio chain. Video, yes.
Even though this may go 'against the book', I'd recommend you go for minimal receiver involvement in the video side other than to send composite video to the TV from "Monitor Out" so you can set up and manage the receiver through the TV.
You can also send Cable- or Sat Box basic analog audio directly to the TV if it has inputs for audio. That way if you just want to watch the news or weather you don't need to fire up the Receiver.
Your video sources (DVD, BD, Cable/Sat) can suffer fewer video anomalies and unnecessary modifications or conversions if you send their BEST video directly to the TV and their BEST audio directly to the receiver. That way everything is handled only once by the best electronics you have for each function.
connect all the devices into the receiver inputs then there should be 1 set of outputs to the tv. This is to play everything using surround sound as all the video and audio is going through your recevier... if you want to do HD and have surround sound you will need a new receiver as this one has no hdmi inputs or outputs.
I am assuming that you are using a surround sound system?If so on the back of the satellite receiver you will have RCA cables labled yellow ,red,white uuse an rca cable to run from the output on the back of the sat box to an rca input on the surround sound unit.the inputs should be labled on the back of the surround sound unit.once you have the sat box plugged in look for the output on the surround sound (rca cables) run one set of rca cables to the rca cable input of the Tv.on the original tv remote select the tv input that is the cable from the surround sound is plugged in to . make sure the surround sound unit input is selected to the input that the sat box is plugged into.this will give you surround sound from your satellite receiver,repeat with your DVD player plugging the DVD rca cable output to another empty input on the surround sound.to switch between the sat box (satellite TV) to DvD select another input on the surround sound unit.Try to correspond the units you are plugging into the surround sound to the correct name of the component on the back of the surround sound unit to avoid confussion.any questions,Im here to help.If this works rate me FIXYA! if it helps.GOOD LUCK!
Run a regular RCA type audio cable from your TV audio out to your Home Theatre audio in. That is what I have done recently with my Samsung LCD and Home Theater. You then have to put your Home Theater on Aux 1 or Aux 2 to get the sound from TV. Ensure your TV's volume is off.