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Gotta find an audio output from the TV and run it to aux input on the home theatre, select the aux function and it should work, if your tv has no audio out see if it has a headphone jack you can use as an audio out, can get a cable with 3.5mm headphone jack one 1 end and rCA red/white on the other, becareful when doin this as the audio output level froma headphone jack maybe controlled by the tV's volume itself. keep tV volume low and use the home theatre volume if your doing it that way
Get a mp3 player adapter, it will have a headphone jack on one end and the red and white cables on the other end. Plug into the headphone jack on your computer, and plug the red and white jacks into the Aux input on the receiver. I didn't look at the link, but most receivers have a Aux input on them. That should solve your problem.
Check the back and front of your system. The AUX input may be either:
- two red and yellow holes (known as phono L R) or -a 'headphone' jack input hole
the cable might not have been supplied with the system. Also, the cable you need may not connect to your iPod through the large connection, it may actually connect through the headphone jack.
So, you may need either: -a cable with a headphone jack on both ends (one for the system and one for the ipod) or -a cable with phono L R on one end (for the system) and headphone jack on the other end(for the ipood)
you can connect the XM receiver to you player. for that you need a cable (STEREO MALE TO RCA MALE CABLE). its one end will looks as headphone pin and the other end 2 RCA pins.
connect the headphone pin to you XM receiver's earphone out and the other end (2 RCA) to the AUX IN 2(AUDIO L/R)(on the rare pannel) of ur player. select the AUX 2 input pressing the FUNCTION button on your player.
or purchase a STEREO MALE to STEREO MALE cable and connect its one end to the earphone out of XM radio and the other end to the AUX 1 input of you player (on the frond pannel)
select AUX 1 by pressing FUNCTION button
Your PC's audio capabilities are unknown to us, but it probably has at least a headphone or green audio output, Gdet an adapter to convert it to RCA and jack it into the AUX input, Make sure your PC audio control volume settings are turned up high enough to use.
Hi,this is a stepwise description of how to connect your computer to your dvd(home theater system).
Determine the distance between your computer and your system. If your computer is within 12 feet of your home theater system , you can directly connect them. STEP 2Make sure there is a free set of inputs on the back of your system. This should be a label that says "Input" and two connectors (usually red and white). Alternateively, they could be labeled "Aux," or "DVD." This is the source that you will select on the front of your device when you wish to listen to sound from your computer. STEP 3Determine the length of cable you need. Measure the distance between the back of your computer to the back of your DVD. The cable generally comes in 3-, 6-, and 12-foot lengths. STEP 4Visit an electronics store to purchase a Y adapter cable of the proper length. At one end the cable will have a plug to go into the headphone jack of your computer. (The plug will look like the plug on the end of any pair of headphones.) At the other end, the cable will have two RCA-type plugs (red and white). These go into your system. STEP 5Plug the computer end of the cable into the headphone jack on your computer. There may be a few jacks; the headphone one is usually green. Connect the other end of the cable to the free set of inputs on the back of your system. Be sure to match red to red and white to white. STEP 6Turn on your system and set the volume pretty low so you don't accidentally make a real loud noise. STEP 7Select the input to which you connected the Y adapter. For example, if you connected to "Aux," press the "Aux" button on the front of your system. STEP 8Adjust the volume of your computer to around 80 percent. You should hear the sound of your computer playing through your system. Thanks and take care
Hum first,,, anytime you have 2 devices with sound running to a cable or ant equipted TV you will get a hum as they are grounded off curcuit. HumEliminator (radio shack). You didn't tell us if your PC had been enabled in control panel for either device. I have had no luck using the rear aduio output on any computer. Front headphone jack on PC does not need enabled and will work better for this. Unless you use a USC codet interface which is better yet for CD quality in sound. Also make sure the Aux inout is enabled on TV as well. Direct Input would be the same. Lastly,,you are 100% positive the backside is input and not actually out put or gaming inputs.
Once you have the cable, you stick the headphone plug (3.5 mm stereo mini-phono) into the headphone jack on your Zune, then you insert the red and white RCA jacks into an open input on your surround receiver... most have an auxilliary input jack set on the front of the unit. All you need to do at this point is select the "aux input" for the source on the surround receiver, start your Zune, and make sure the volume on the Zune is somewhere in the 50 - 75% range, and you should be good to go.