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Re: hooking up game system to flat screen tv
You should have several kinds of inputs options on TV .If you have a surround audio receiver .Simply go direct to receiver on any available input .If using diect to TV , use any available input on TV .More likely VIDEO 1 or 2 (game or camera input)on front or side of flat panel
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Absolutely! To provide a better solution to your problem, however, you will need to provide model numbers of your TV and surround sound system. Depending on the available hookups and your hardware, you may need a received to make everything compatible.
Are you using the AV connector cable? If so look on your tv for an av channel. Best thing to do though is Try using a HDMI cable. Most tv's recognise when a HDMI cable is plugged in and the tv switches automatically to the HD channel.
Hope this helps.
I just plug the rca cables from the GameSystem into the surround sound with the video cable(Usually Yellow) to the TV. This way the Game System goes through the Surround and the Surround is still hooked up to the TV normally.
If it was hooked to a flat screen it was most likely on high def. There is a switch on the connection to the tv to make it work on a regular defination tv. Just slide the switch over to regular and it should work. Hope this helps.
you need an optical cable which it's sort of mentioned in the manual, but because of the multitude of possible ways to connect the TV to the sound surround, I did not figure out either.
I got my optical cable at BestBuy for about $45.00
you can run a fiber optic cable out of the tv into the surround system if the sytem has a fiber optic input, or your tv should at least have red and white rca cables for audio out, then you just pick any input on the surround sound and any audio from dvd players ect thats hooked up to the tv will be sent through that one input on the surround sound. The only thing you'll have to do is turn the volume up or down on your sound system.