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Trying to hookup new Aqous led/lcd 40 in to sony blu ray disc home theater system. Get incompatible audio signal message on tv

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Incompatible... hmm sounds like you're not using the correct Cables, are you using DVI or standard rca?

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How do I hook up my HDMI Blu ray player to my theater system that doesnt have HDMI


You have a few options depending on the entire system.

Do you have the TV audio output connected to the home theater system? In that case, connect the Blu-ray player to an HDMI input on the TV. Then leave the home theater system set to the TV input, while the TV is set to the HDMI input for the Blu-ray player. This is the simplest method.

You could use an audio extractor/converter. Here's an example: https://www.amazon.com/J-Tech-Digital-Premium-Extractor-Converter/dp/B00BIQER0E . This will let you send the video signal to the TV (with a second HDMI cable) and have digital or analog audio sent to the home theater system.

If the TV doesn't have an available HDMI port and the home theater system only has analog audio inputs, you could use an HDMI to component video converter. You'd use something like this: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/770115-REG/KanexPro_HDRGBRL_HDMI_to_Component_Converter.html . (Do not use an HDMI to component cable. Those only work with some projectors.)

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with more details about your TV and audio system for more specific information.

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The home theater player does not recognize some blu rays - only as unknown discs


If it played them before it could be a fault on the disc player. If it hasn't played the disc before, they code be the wrong region code. Even blu ray discs have region codes. If it plays several blu ray discs, but doesn't play the odd one. Check the odd one for finger prints or dirt or marks on the disc. Clean the disc, if it has them and try it again.

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Can a blue ray player be input to the back panel recepticales?


You would normally connect a Blu-ray player to the TV using an HDMI cable. A digital optical audio cable connects the Blu-ray player to the home theater system.

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Sony DAV-IS10 doesn't get video and sound from Samsung 3D Blu-ray Player.


change the input settings on the SONY. sometimes there are are HDMI INPUTS AND OUTPUTS on high end systems. Make sure you are in INPUT

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Can I add a blu ray player to my DAV-FX900W theater system? If so how?


That would depend in part on the unidentified Blu-Ray player. Most have at least component video and some form of digital audio.

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sony-DAV-FX900W-Home-Theater-Systems-manual/id/750ci474/t/2/

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My advice would be to run the BluRay video directly to the TV and just run the digital audio (if it's compatible) to the Sony. No signal ever benefits from side trips to devices that don't NEED it. The fewer cables between the device and your senses, the better.

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I wanted to know if there is a way to hook up the sound from a Panasonic DMP-BD655P-K Blu-Ray player to my existing Yamaha DVX C310SW home theater system. I know I can hook the Blu Ray directly to the TV...


Yes this can be done. You have several options for audio hookup. Stereo 2-channel (white and red) RCA cables, digital audio (optical or coaxial) or HDMI. Your home theater must have the inputs available such as optical, coaxial etc. Typically the stereo 2-channel RCA is the simple way. Just connect from the Bluray audio outputs to the Home theater inputs (white and red) for stereo sound. Select the input on the home theater. For Dolby Digital 5.1 use optical digital audio cable (black port) or coaxial (orange RCA port) from Bluray to similar home theater input.

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Connecting new LED TV and home theater to multiple components


the easiest way to get signal to your HT-Z320 is to run the audio cables from your cable or sat box to the input on your theater system...for the dvd either run HDMI to the LED TV or component (whatever it supports) the Wii system can be plugged into any AV -IN on the LED tv (if you want to use the Wii on the theater system you will need to extend your RED AND WHITE audio signal cables to the input on your theater system.

Hope this helps.

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