Question about Televison & Video
Hi, if you look on the back of the movie player while it is playing you'll see a steady red light on the back-that is the receptacle for a " toslink ": cable-a single fiberoptic cord that provides a surround signal to theatre system. Also there may be a " coaxial " surround out put to a receiver. this will not be lit up red. It will be an " rca " connection with black inside siver circle. The fiber optic Toslink is available at any department store/radio supply and the " rca " cord at any department store.I hope this helps and good juck,Prodzilla.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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