Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Don't know how many componenets you are trying yo run but, anything requiring video, Satellite receiver, dvd player, etc., should be hooked directly to tv using HDMI, component. or composite cables. HDMI garries audio and sound but your reciever doesn't care about the video and may not transfer it very well. Unless you are trying to jump HDMI jacks because you only have one HDMI in on your set. YOU shouldn't need any HDMI cables runnng to your receiver. All you should need is a digital optical cable from TV ouyput to receiver input.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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