Question about Curtis DVD6091 Theater System
Speaking direct to the manufacturer it turns out that the intended use for the optical socket is to allow connection to other video devices and not for the connection of other audio signals. In short, you cannot use the optical socket to allow 5.1 surround sound from any other device as it is OUTPUT only.
Seems crazy I know but that's what the manufacturer told me.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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