Question about Logitech Audio Players & Recorders
Get a MINI usb cable, much like one from a phone charger, that fits the harmony. Go to myharmony.com click support and follow the instructions.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If there is some type of audio cable running directly from the Vizio to the HTS6500, then you can just plug the Blu-Ray player into the TV and you're set. If the current audio cables are running instead from the cable or sat box to the HTS6500, then you will need to run audio cables from the Blu-Ray to the Philips HTS6500. There are 3 available audio slots on the Philips - the Digital Audio/Coaxial IN, AUX 1, and AUX 2. If the Digital Audio slot is already taken, then you will have to run red and white cables from the Blu-Ray player Audio OUT to either the Aux 1 or Aux 2 on the Philips (I am making a huge assumption that your Blu-Ray player has red/white audio outs). If the Digital Audio slot on the Philips is not taken, then run a digital audio cable from the Blu-Ray to the Philips. Good luck!
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: blu ray connect to my sc-pt660
Why not leave the audio into the TV via HDMI from the Bluray and then optical audio out from TV to the home theater audio system? Same as the hook up for the cable box. The SC-
PT660 only has one optical audio connector so your solution may not be feasible assuming he's also got a cable box connected to the TV.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Ok, so first, you need to get the pictures to the TV. So, you should have an HDMI lead from the Bluray to the TV. You should have either an HDMI or SCART lead from the Virgin Box to the TV. If you are going to play and DVD's from the Home Theater system, this too needs a scart to the TV, but if you are planning to use the bluray for all playing back, then this is not needed. Next, you want to get the sound from all your equipment to the home theater system. This where it can get confusing, as there are different types of leads that do the same thing. If your TV has an 'Optical Out', and the Theater system has an 'Optical In' then you can connect the two with a Fibre-optic cable, and that means that anything then that you have on the screen, can have the sound through your surround sound. Digital Coaxial In's/outs do the same thing, as do Phono In's/Outs, but phono cables will not carry 5.1 digital. I hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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