Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
I`m looking to buy a new Panasonic 3D tv !!! At the moment i have a normal Panasonic DVD player with Dolby 5.1 surround sound . My question is , if i buy the new Panasonic 3D tv and 3D Blue-ray player , will i be able to hook my panasonic 5.1 surround sound system up to it ? Also will i be able to play my ''normal DVD`s'' - Non blue-ray on the new 3d blue-ray player ? Thanks in advance !!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If there are red and white RCA jacks on the back of the BR player and on the receiver you should be able to get sound. The same as your VHS.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
"The Blu-ray 3D disc is created and optimized for Blu-ray 3D playback and
its corresponding lower overall light output. The Blu-ray 3D version
of the film is incompatible with standard (non-3D) Blu-ray players."
However I have also observed that some 3D discs will work with 2D players. However when Coraline was released initially as a 3D disc it came exclusively as a bundle with Panasonic 3D bluray players. It is possible that this disc was not meant to be played in 2D players. This may be why it plays correctly for a bit and then gets all grainy. Have you send Universal an inquiry? Here's their link:
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
leave the Blu-ray connected to the TV. Now run a separate connection from the "audio out" of the Blu-ray to "audio in" at the back of your home theater. That is, you will connect the blu-ray to the theater for sound.
Get a RCA cord (Red and white), connect it to Audio Out, at the back of your blu-ray. Then connect the other end to "Aux in" or "CD in" or "video in", depending on the input at the back of the theater, but it has to be "Audio in" (Red and White/ L&R).
After the connection, select the input on your theater. Take for instance, if you connect the input on "Aux", press "Aux" on the theater, and sound will come out through that channel.
This is what you are going to do, in order to get sound from the theater system. So, the HDMI between the player and the TV will bring display.
I hope the above makes sense to you or hope you understand the above.
In case you don't know what a RCA cord looks like, below is a image that will help you out;
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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