Im sorry but I am a girl and need a little help working out which part number on your post is for the speaker connectors, or is it all for them???
Can you explain in girls terms for me pleassssee. Also do you know where i can get some from?
Thanks ever so much
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Your system should come with all the cables and connectors you need for the system. The rear speakers should plug directly into the back of the system using the speaker connectors that came with your system. If you are trying to add additional speakers then you need special connectors for that type of application. You can try www.BogueEngineering.com for special connectors. Hope that helps
If your alternate DVD player has digital audio out you can make this connection via the 'optical digital in' port on the rear of the unit which corresponds to the Video 2 function. I have done this myself because the inbuilt DVD function in the Sony unit is dead (fixed once under warranty, problem recurred about a year later, same issue as other unsolved posts on this board, DVD function hangs, system won't switch off, etc. common problem with this unit, crap product).
what you have done is you are sending a component video signal from your system to your tv and the sound i assume comes through the 5.1 surrond speakers.
The DVD's you play the sound would naturally come from the 5.1 surround speakers, unless your instruct the dvd player to send the sound to the tv in which case will only be played as stereo.
you will need inputs on your dav system to take sound from your tv outputs or digital box by way of red and white phono leads or a digital/optical input if you have them; so as to play the sound from cable tv or sattelite tv through your 5.1 surround speakers.