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Can I connect a blu-ray player to the hometheatre system?

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This is in response to the answer from dunnbiker. Thanks a lot ...
I have a HTS3555 system but the DVD player stopped working suddenly. So I am planning to buy a Blu-ray player which I will connect to the Philips system (using the audio out/in) only for the 5.1 sound output... hope that will work

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Technically, yes but not so it would yield BD-quality audio or video. You need a control receiver that accepts either HDMI/DVI INPUT for 720I and above video. The digital audio in will probably suffice.

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    If you run the BD HDMI or component video straight to your TV (which is what I do and always recommend) you'll be good to go. I can't tell the difference between the two on my 60" HDTV.

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