Question about Televison & Video
Hook up to your receiver or ampli? your DV has got dscrete audio channel connections, now check first your receiver or amp if it has got that same discrete connections. but the simpliets connectgion is just uise your right/left channels. color red/white audio out of your DV. then connect to your receiver/amp DV input. or your DV should also have an fiber optical out (single link only to your amp) if it has got an option for optical. then connect your DV video out to your TV or through your receiver if it has got a video input function.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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