Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I looked at your two products and I'm not quite sure how you have it hooked up but, your TV has a total of 3 HDMI inputs and, a digital optical out, which means, that all your video componenets, DVD cable/sat, if you have, should be able to be connected directly to your TV. You can use the TV's menu to chosse what you want to watch. The TV also has a digital optical out, which you would connect to the digital optical in of the home theater. You would use one setting(sat, aux, whatever, depending on theater inputs), and when have "TV" selected in your menu, you should have sound through theater. You may have to turn volume down or mute for this to work. If you have any questions, let me know.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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