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The best connections for--sony bravia tv-sony home cinemaand sony870dig. recorder

  1. sony htsf 1100 home cinema
  2. sony 32 d bravia tv.
  3. sony 870 hd recorder

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  • jjoiner Mar 19, 2008

    many thanks bstimpy. Do I have to use Optical cord as well,

    or audio cord? The inst. are a bit vague to me,Too old for new

    technology..jjoiner.

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HDMI is the best connector for these pieces. I checked and they all have them.

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

  • Russell Stewart
    Russell Stewart Mar 19, 2008

    HDMI can carry audio as well. See if will work with only those connections first. There may be a "HDMI Audio Button" somewhere on the receiver.

    After that, I'd use the optical output.

    Thanks for the rating!

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