Question about Televison & Video
An easy method to solve this is to plug your TV into your amp via an AV cable (red and white). Then simply select 'Aux' output on your amp and away you go. If you are worried about not receiving full surround sound from this, well not a lot of stuff that is broadcast is even compatible with 5.1 surround sound.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
If your tv has a optical output but a optical cable.. you only need a cheap one as there all the same amazon is best, the plug it into your tv and the back of the dvd player,( i have the same model) and put you dvd player onto dig out i think it is!!
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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