Question about Panasonic SC-HT730 System
I have disconnected all the speakers and connected the speakers that were not working to the channels that were, and all the speakers work.
First thing is to check the wiring. a simple flipping of the positive and negative at the back of the theater box can fix this. I know they have the color coded wires and suppose to be plug and play but I see these reversed all the time right from the factory. If that does not work repost and I will follow up.
Posted on Nov 12, 2012
From what I can tell from your manual, you do not have auxiliary audio inputs on your system. You can, however, use the TV audio input for sound from your laptop. You will need to purchase an adapter cable that goes from male 1/8" stereo mini plug on one end (your computer jack) to a split (Y) male rca type jack (two connectors for R&L inputs on system. Then you'll need some length of 1/8" male to female miniplug extension cable. You can use the miniplug speaker jack on your laptop as an output.
Of course, if you're using the TV audio inputs, and don't want to unplug them to plug your laptop in, you'll need another pair of splitter cables for those rca jacks on your system so you can plug two different pairs of input devices into them, but I'd try to avoid this scenario if possible.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Panasonic home Theatre
You need to obtain audio leads and connect from home theatre directly to audio input in back of tv - be careful as there are normally 2 in back of tv
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
Maybe because is only read audio, like Photos and mp3 audio only, expecially if read format llike "High Mat" to read photos and music, try to go to instructions manual and see the format what your dvd read.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
The DVD player of this system will output to a TV on either composite (Yellow jack), component (RGB jacks) and S-Video (a small round jack that looks like a mouse or keyboard connector) jack. Since the tint is off, I would guess that you're using the more desirable component or even the S-video jack. Try removing & re-seating the plugs into the jacks at the DVD and at the TV; then check the picture color. If it still is wrong, try using a different cable type - use a standard video cable between the yellow jacks on both the TV and DVD. You may need to set the TV input to reflect the use of the new jack - and possibly set the DVD to 480i or Interlaced if you used the Progressive Scan or 480P output when using component RGB video cables (Red, Green & Blue). Check for correct color.
Chances are the connection got dirty and caused the color issue - or less likely, the cable or even less likely - the DVD output has failed.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
You can connect your Sony DVD player to your Panasonic HT using an analog RCA audio cable (white and red) for stereo sound. Connect to the AUX inputs on the HT and select AUX. Since the Sony DVD player only has SCART, you would need an adapter, scart to RCA. Like this one:
Check for compatibility. Use the red and black RCA plugs for the audio into the HT.
Your Panasonic HT does not have a digital audio input which would be required for multi-channel surround sound (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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