The sound on our system sporadically clicks off when we are watching TV or listening to music. If we switch the system to another input (TV to CD, for instance) and switch it right back, the sound comes back. It's happening more and more often.
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Hi,here is my simple solution... to listen your TV on your Panasonic Home Theater System ** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" or "HDMI out "of your TV ** to "AUX input "
or "TV" OR "Any input" of your receiver or "Optic Cable input" or "HDMI input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on Panasonic Home Theater System RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic or HDMI connection . There you go..Your TV sound is on the Panasonic Home Theater SystemReceiver..By this means whatever you watch on the TV (TV tuner, satellite , Xbox ..etc.) ,it's sound will come thru your stereo..
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If I understand your question correctly you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver,JVC TH-M606 ** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" of your TV
** to "AUX input "
or "TV" OR "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) or "Optic Cable input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on JVC TH-M606 RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic connection... There you go..Your TV sound is on the JVC TH-M606 Receiver..By this means whatever you watch on the TV (tuner, satellite , Xbox ) ,it's sound will come thru your stereo..
If you want to listen your receiver thru your TV, sorry but it is not a preferable attempt since TV sound system is not a HI-FI quality compare to your nice Receiver..if you really want to do it,try to do the connections given above in reverse..
And,best of my knowledge I am afraid you can not put in progressive mode without remote
Hope this helps!
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Hi,your TV automatically switches to Stereo mode and a pilot lamp comes on most TV sets. If you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver, you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks of your TV to "AUX input " or "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) than just switch to respective mode corresponding your RCA connection.. There you go..Your TV sound is on the Receiver.. Take care and pls remember to rate me.. Thanks
The only way you can do this is by connecting the Cable Set Top box HDMI directly to the TV HDMI input and switching the TXSR508 to Apple TV. And if you want to hear the Cable sound through the TXSR, connect analogue audio out of the TV to one of the analogue inputs of the TXSR ( Aux or Video In ). You may not get the Cable TV's Dolby 5.1 sound but you will get stereo sound which on using the TXSR's dsp setting ( ProLogic II ) can be made into 5.1.
Yes you can get simulated 5.1 surround sound from your TV as well as radio. Just switch the JVC surround mode to Pro Logic II movies or music In some systems it will display only PLII. Just connect the TV audio out to the JVC Aux input at the back ( red and white sockets ).
To listen to Tv program sound through your home theater system you will have to connect a pair of RCA to RCA cables (Red and White pair ) from the audio out socket of the TV ( some times three sockets Yellow/Red/White labeled Monitor out. Ignore the yellow as it is video out ) to the Aux or CBL/Sat input of the LG system. Then to listen to the sound through your LG HT system switch the Input selector of the LG to Aux or CBL/SAT. Will work for sure.
With a music CD playing, and the volume on the SA-404 set to a lower (but audible) level, try the following steps while closely listening for music from the speaker that is not functioning (some crackling or screeching sounds may be heard when removing and reconnecting the cables).
Remove & reconnect the traditional RCA type audio cables that originate from the CD player at the connection point at the rear of the SA-404 several times. If the cables can be removed from the CD player, do it to that end too if no music is heard. If the audio cable is a single coaxial dolby digital type carefully do the same thing to it - at both ends if needed, too. The optical cables usually don't fail the way you describe so if they're being used it may be a problem with the CD player.
You might also try moving the RCA type cables to a different input (try TAPE or another available input) if the previous steps don't solve the problem. If the problem is present on the new input (TAPE or another available input), the issue lies with the cables or the CD player. Try connecting with NEW cables to the CD input. If still failing - try TAPE input again. If still not working, I would feel comfortable saying the CD player has some sort of problem.
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You can play it through the TV as if it was video, using the Battery Dock. Similarly, just put it through my stereo by connecting the audio cables to the AUX input (leave the Video unattached). Just remember the volume levels on the 405 need to be upped when playing through the TV and stereo and you'll probably have to turn the TV and stereo up to a lot louder than norma;when watching TV or playing a CD, so remeber to turn them down before switching back, otherwise the neighbours (or speakers) may blow.