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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no u will not be able to because you would have two seperate sources like to listen to ur iphone ud have to put ur surround sound on auxilary while for xbox ud have to have it on something else which ever port ur xbox is pluged into ur surround sound at or whereever ur tv is pluged on ur surround sound
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.
usually clicking is bad capacitors or it could be a short on your power supply. Try unplugging power, wait 2 minutes, plug back in. If it still clicks, you can look inside for bad caps.. = http://www.fixya.com/support/r5000889-repairing_tv_just_clicks_over_over Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
if you are not watching tv in hd or the show is not recorded in surround then you will not get any sound from them. if this is not the case you can try a simple optical cable run from the tv to the reciever. This cable is about 50 bucks and has awesome quality. Hope this helps.