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Connecting amplifier Thank you sir . The solution which you have provided has really helped me. I have one more doubt. The dvd player which i am using is LG (LH-D6230). It is actually a home theatre system. Now the amplifier which i have is philips (AH 719). it is actually a tuner amplifier. My father brought it 20 years ago. Now if i want to use all the six channels then what do i have to do.The amplifier has only two inputs for aux in.

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    bug powder May 11, 2010

    Now I have a better idea of what the LG device is. It's not just a DVD player, but rather a Home Theater In a Box (HTIB). It's a DVD player, radio tuner, preamp and amp.

    I didn't find specs on your Philips AH 719, but it sounds like a stereo receiver, which is a radio tuner, preamp and amp. This is from an era before 5.1 surround sound, so it's two channel stereo only.

    Now the question is, what are you trying to accomplish?

    The LG is designed to output directly to speakers. Those 6 output bare wire connections on the back are "amplified" lines and should not go to your TV or another amplifier. Your LG already has a radio tuner, so what are you trying to use the Philips receiver for?

    If you are trying to get TV channels (from antenna or cable connected to the TV) to play through the LG system, then the connection should be out from the TV (Audio/Aux Out L / R) to the LG component (AUX IN L / R).

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Use pre amp with 10 inputs and connect its output to aux in----in mixer.

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