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Connections for home entertainment system to tv

Connected home entertainment system to tv and only one chanel out of tv . hook up to audio out to system.

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Has your problem been solved or not. If not, please explain breefly about your connection to your audio or Tv.

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Can i connect dmp-bd871 to a home theater system


It will depend on your home theater system and TV. If your system accepts HDMI in from other devices and HDMI out to the TV, connect an HDMI cable from the blue-ray player to an HDMI input on home theater system. Then connect another HDMI cable between the home theater system and the TV. This will provide the best video and audio experience.

Another option is connect the HDMI cable from the Blue-ray player to the TV. Connect the audio output of the TV to the home theater system. (This will depend on the TV as well as the home theater system. Some TVs have digital audio outputs; others have analog outputs. If your home theater system doesn't have the same input as the TV's output, you would need a converter as well as the digital and analog audio cables. This is an example of one for digital to analog: http://www.gefen.com/kvm/dproduct.jsp?prod_id=4907 .)

If you do not want to get the best picture from the Blue-ray player and your home theater system has analog audio inputs, you can connect the composite video out to the TV. Then connect the audio outputs from the player to your home theater system. (This means only an SD picture will be provided to your TV.)

Panasonic has the manual for the DMP-BD871 here: service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMPBD871-MUL.PDF .

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the other devices in your entertainment system or their inputs/outputs. Then I can add specific information for your system and any tips for setting up the system.

Cindy Wells

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I have bought a Sony BDP-S380 Blu-Ray Disc Player. I have read the scanty instructions for hooking it up to my home entertainment system but still am unclear how to do it, which connection jacks to use...


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Page 10 of the not-so-scanty instructions lists the various video hook-ups to your TV in descending order or quality...

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=BDPS380&LOC=3

Here's how I would do it.

HDMI from the BD to the TV.
Digital audio (standard RCA cable) from the BD to the 'system'.

The best video goes to the TV without hops and extra expensive cable. The best audio goes to the sound system on the cheapest cable which can also be spliced for added length.

I never run either audio or video anywhere it isn't needed or enhanced.

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Check first, before going to buy so that you can get appropriate one.

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http://www.htfr.com/more-info/?catno=MR155277.
please buy the item above -----connect your turntable to input and take the output and connect it in line in in receiver.

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