Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
Find the manual at retrevo.com.
As far as connecting the TV goes. Consider that the TV is primarily a visual output device so resist the temptation to use it as a sound INput. The TV always gets its programming from somewhere else unless it uses its own antenna, so grab the audio from the source, not the TV.
You WILL need a Monitor Out feed to the TV so you can see what the receiver is doing during setup. It's in the manual.
I personally recommend against routing all video sources' video through an AVR because they add little in the way of improvement and introduce anomalies along the way. If your TV has enough video inputs I'd attach each one directly to the DVD/BD/Cable/Games, etc and run all audio directly to the AVR.
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