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How do you connect your home theater system without using a dvd player.

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Just pic the audio ot and put the jacks to home theater aux in

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Can i connect dmp-bd871 to a home theater system


It will depend on your home theater system and TV. If your system accepts HDMI in from other devices and HDMI out to the TV, connect an HDMI cable from the blue-ray player to an HDMI input on home theater system. Then connect another HDMI cable between the home theater system and the TV. This will provide the best video and audio experience.

Another option is connect the HDMI cable from the Blue-ray player to the TV. Connect the audio output of the TV to the home theater system. (This will depend on the TV as well as the home theater system. Some TVs have digital audio outputs; others have analog outputs. If your home theater system doesn't have the same input as the TV's output, you would need a converter as well as the digital and analog audio cables. This is an example of one for digital to analog: http://www.gefen.com/kvm/dproduct.jsp?prod_id=4907 .)

If you do not want to get the best picture from the Blue-ray player and your home theater system has analog audio inputs, you can connect the composite video out to the TV. Then connect the audio outputs from the player to your home theater system. (This means only an SD picture will be provided to your TV.)

Panasonic has the manual for the DMP-BD871 here: service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMPBD871-MUL.PDF .

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the other devices in your entertainment system or their inputs/outputs. Then I can add specific information for your system and any tips for setting up the system.

Cindy Wells

Nov 26, 2012 | Panasonic DMP-BD871 Blu-ray Player with...

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Are you tired of trying to remember what input on the Home Theater / Surround Sound Receiver goes with the Input on the TV? Wife fussing at you that the TV is too confusing? Here is a simple way to set up your connections.<br /><br /> <ol> <li>Connect each of your devices ( ie. Cable box, Game Sytem, VCR, ETC) to the inputs on your TV.</li> <li>Locate the AUDIO OUT on the back of the TV.</li> <li>Connect a cable from the AUDIO OUT on the TV to the TV/AUX INPUT on the back of the Home Theater.</li> <li>If the Home Theater has a DVD player built in then connect the Video out (either Component or HDMI or standard Video out) to the TV.</li> <li>When not watching a DVD (if equipped), keep the Home Theater tuned to AUX/TV for the source.</li></ol>The advantage of this set up is that whatever input you tune the TV to will then play through the Home Theater speakers without having to change the source on the Home Theater.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;"><span style="font-style: italic;">NOTE: Turn the volume all the way down on the TV to avoid distortion due to the slight delay between the TV and Home Theater Audio.<br /><br /></span></span> Hope this tip is helpful for many of you.<br />Robert<br />

on Feb 26, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How can I hook my alternate DvD player to SA-HT700 subwoofer without a cable ?


Without a cable? You probably can't unless wireless DVD is out.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-SA-HT700-Home-Theater-Systems-manual/id/312bh731/t/2/

If you want to use a wired DVD player, you would have to settle for just audio (analog stereo or optical digital) from it since this unit doesn't accept any video IN.

Jan 12, 2011 | Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders

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Is it possible to use the home theater speakers without using the dvd player? i would like to use the home theater speaker system with my tv while watching broadcast and not a dvd. how do i set this up?


I couldn't find a manual but...

The TV is NOT a primary audio source. If your cable box or whatever else you're watching has audio output I'd run that into the AUX, if it has one.

Dec 28, 2010 | Curtis DVD2054 Theater System

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My home theater system plays cds but will not play dvds, what can I do to fix it, makes a scratching noise when i put dvds in it, but plays fine with a cd.


There is something wrong with the DVD drive assembly inside. If you're brave, take it apart and check on what is making the noise. Also, try using a q-tip to clean the laser head if it's accessible.

If that doesn't help, it's time for a new DVD player.

This is why I always recommend people buy a home theater system without a DVD player built in. The DVD player is the weakest link, and stand alone DVD players can be purchased for as little as $25 depending on if you want upconversion or not.

If you cannot get the DVD player working in your surround system, just replace it with a stand alone DVD player, if you can, check to make sure there are audio inputs on the back of the receiver. If there are no audio inputs on the receiver, you will have to get the entire surround system replaced. If so, purchase a separate DVD player and surround system.

Jan 13, 2010 | LG LH-T754 Theater System

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do you have a set of cables coming from the tv AV out to your home theater system? if not you need to you can use coax out or anolog out either one

Dec 03, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Most of all electronics accessory or parts you can buy it in electronics shop.The leads you said is the RCA cord,input in dvd player output to home theater subwoofer.Tell the shop that you need RCA cord from dvd player to home theater sub woofer.Or you can order it in the site just type googles and search for electronics accessories.That's all jon-jon txt me what the result.

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JSI js5001 Home Theater


My dvd player won't go on. Worked one day the next day wouldn't work any help?

Jan 05, 2008 | Progressive Computer JSI 6 spkr. Home...

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pl chaeck that

the dvd that you are getting sound are 5.1 ch out put that time your system by default selecting the same out put but all dvd are not same so when you are not geting the dialouge pl check audio mode on your systm remote.


thank you
santosh

Oct 29, 2007 | Panasonic SC-HT520 System

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