Question about Audio & Video Receivers
SOURCE: i just bought a durabrand
If it has a audio input connection on the back then you can connect from your TV or cable box (as long as it has audio output connections) to the back of the stereo. Durabrand being an inexpensive brand, it may not have some of the frills that you'd find on other units.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
With the NAD model that you have and its lack of component or HMDI switching, the only way is to connect your system, sort of, backwards.
The only way to do it is to connect your digital cable box and blueray player directly to the tv, then the audio output from the tv to one of the video inputs on the NAD. The NAD has digital coaxial and toslink inputs so if your tv has one of them as an output, that would give you the best sound to the NAD. If your tv does not have either of those outputs, then you will be limited to the composite outputs (red and white) but that will still give you good sound.
Also, depending on the digital output to input configuration, you could possible find a converter online.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have my network blu
What kind of ports and cables are you using?
Is there an option on your TV to output sound?
*I have a samsung HDTV and for me to hook up a surround sound i have to go into my TV options and go to audio and select "Output : TV
: Aux speaker system"
Are you sure your cord is working properly? The easiest way to bundle it all together is an HDMI cable.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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