Question about Audio Players & Recorders
HOW DO I HOOK UP THIS SYSTEM
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to hook up a sound system
Go to Radio Shack. Find the phono adapter and cable section of the store. The adapter you want has a one eighth inch male plug on one end, and a set of female phono plugs on the other. Insert the male end of the adapter into the stereo headphone jack on the side of your television. Run a set of phono cables from the adapter to your receiver. Turn the volume of your television up to the maximum (100.) You should be able to switch between the different surround settings in your menu.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Double check TV is on video 1,2,3 same for 360s yellow video out.
If then you still have audio only ,the G.P.U has open connections
form the video feed to the mother board
Solution, you must have the G.P.U re-clamp to the main board.
That Works. 99% of the time.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
if your old surround has either optical or coaxial connections you should be fine. if not you'll have to go with the audio in jacks (video 1,2 etc.) you'll get sound but not true 5.1 sound
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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