I just got the Durabrand STS92 HTS, and I cannot seem to hook this thing up where it will work properly! I have a Sony television with a digital cable box hooked to it. I also have a Sony PlayStation 2 hooked directly into my television.
I want to hook the HTS up where I can get the speakers to work when I'm watching a DVD, watching cable AND playing PS2. I have the standard AV cable that came with the HTS. Anyone know how to hook this thing up correctly? I appreciate any help anyone can offer.
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Re: How Do I Hook This Thing Up?!?
See what audio outputs your tv has. See if your HTS has matching inputs. If it does connect them with the proper cable(s). Connecting to the tv should cause your HTS to work with anything you are watching on the tv.
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I have a sts92 system and run the tv sound through it for surround sound. My Tv has an AV out option, so I ran component cable from the AV out on the TV to the AV in on the sts92. When watching TV, turn on the theater system and set the function to AV in.
The only way to get sound from sat system to your stereo is to run a red and white cable from the sat box to the stereo. Once you hook it up you have to put the stereo on that input and if I am not mistaken I think there is only one set of red and white plugs on back of your stereo.
You probably hooked it up wrong. Make sure you hooked up the right speakers to the corresponding jacks, and make sure that your video input jack isn't bad on your tv, or that u have all the av cords going from the output jacks in the dvd palyer, and they lead up to the input jacks on your tv. If the problem still exists, then call customer service, or try a different tv.