Question about Yamaha RX-V596 Receiver
I have a 50" inch Samsung Hi Def TV/
To enhance the experience i wanted to add a couple speakers.
I know you need a receiver to do this.
My nephew gave me his Yamaha rx-v 596 because he purchased a new one.
The one he gave me is in good working order
Would this type receiver be a good match for the TV i have
I don't see why not. I have a 46" Sony Bravia HDTV that I have hooked up to my RX-V596.
Just use either the RCA out on your TV to the "TV " RCA audio in on the receiver, or if your TV has Optical or Coaxial Audio Out use those...
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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My preference is to send the BEST version of any medium (audio or video) directly from it's original source to the BEST ELECTRONICS that uses it; then send minimalist versions across for convenience and lo-fi watching/listening.
Any self-respecting modern TV has multiple hi-def video inputs, so run the Bluray, DVD, cable box video straight in and run the audio from those devices to the Sherwood.
Fewer expensive cables, no excessive connections to go bad, no unnecessary handling of the material.
I'm pleased to see the manual for this one (and the product's limited video capabilities) don't tempt the user to route everything through it on the way to the TV.
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