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What is best connection from LY 1911 WCW to hifi audio amplifier?

LY 1911 WCW combo: when playing DVD will only output to audio amplifier via headphone socket. Does this give adequate fidelity? Would any arrangement be possible via a scart lead to give better sound reproduction?

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  • s_kirsch01 Sep 24, 2009

    VinayT says that if the components are badly matched, then the sound quality will be poor. I am actually satisfied with the sound quality, but find it INCONVENIENT to have to change the connection of the leads when playing DVDs. The Bush technician says that it should be possible to avoid this, but I can't find out how. Have you any suggestions?

  • s_kirsch01 Sep 25, 2009

    I have purchased a scart adaptor as shown and it has enabled me to make a better connection.

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Hi,

The 3.5mm headphone socket would definetly provide adequate fidelity, if it has been configured inbuilt..The 3.5mm can handly audio of frequence 96Hz and it can process 24 bit sound, which is mmore than enough.. But the jack should provide output ion that manner...

Definetly there are conversion from scart to RCA, which would give you better output than Headphone jack..

My recomendation is choose scart lead, than 3.5mm..Beacuse the DVD ouptput through Headphone jack may be customized for eadphones and not for amplifier
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Sound is dependent on the worst component. If everything is perfect and is of top quality and the leads or the phones or the amp or the recording is poor then the sound quality will be poor. That is why everything has to be perfectly matched. Second thought says that it is the listeners choice. If he/she thinks a particular combination is good and he does not want changes in it, then who am I to interfere.

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