Question about Technics SA-DX930 Receiver
It would help to know some details about tour TV - like its make and model. Or do you mean the CABLE BOX?
And there are TWO signals to consider - audio and video. WHICH is the one you need to hook up without involving the dvd/vcr?
Let's start with basics:
1) TV's are not audio sources. They are end-units for video and its medium-fi audio.
A TV's internal audio capacity is more a convenience for stand-alone listening than a serious approach at hi-end audio. Many of us have monitors with NO audio capability.
TV-related audio and video are best VIEWED via direct video connection to the TV; and HEARD through direct digital audio connection to the receiver.
2) The one NECESSARY connection you need from the receiver to the TV is the basic VIDEO that let's the receiver communicate with you through the TV.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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