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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: audio via hdmi
I had the same problem with the same configuration. In addition to the HDMI which is (DVD and Audio OUT only by the way) you need to connect the TV to the DVD through a high quality SCART cable as well. Remember to connect the SCART cable only while both the TV and DVD are switched off. To get the TV sound out of the DVD surround sound you need to click the FUNCTION key on the DZ230 remote a couple of times till you get the word TV on its screen, this is when you should hear the TV sound coming out of your surround sound as expected. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
The HDMI cable connection on your system is a video out to your TV.
To get audio from the TV so you can hear it through the system, you need to add a cable from the audio out of your TV to the "aux" input on the panasonic system.
This is most likely a red and white connection which will give you stereo, or pro-logic surround from the home theater system.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
First put the orginal ps3 cable onto ps3 then to tv.set tv to see ps3 and go to ps3 setup,now down to display settings,set to hdmi,picture will go off so now switch tv to hdmi input .Next go to sound settings for ps3 and set to hdmi if your amp can work this way ,if not set sound out to optical.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: no sound through tv speakers
Well the problem is that the PS3 only allows output on one channel. So, this is only going to be optical out, or hdmi, or even AV. You only get one option for the output.
Now, if your TV has the capability.. Run the sound through the HDMI to the TV and then let the TV output the digital sound to the surround system. This will give you the option of turning off the surround and re-enabling the TV's stereo speakers.
I hope this gives you an idea of what the problem is. If I were you, I'd just do as I said. This is exactly how I have mine setup. I have a 600w sub on the surround, so late night movies can't be played on it without the neighbors being woke up. So, I simply disable the TV's output and use it's speakers. :)
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: no sound
If your TV is a Samzung, and has the Anynet+ function, you need to set the TV up with the Theater system. If there is an Anynet button on your TV remote, push that, and then select the function that sets up the sound system to the TV. If you don't see that button on your TV remote, then look for the option in the TV menu section. Once set up, you can use the menu under that Anynet button to turn off the sound system and return to normal TV audio... and while using the sound system audio, you can control the sound system volume, or mute it, with the TV remote.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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