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How do you connect amplifier to digital tv?


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2009-06-03 16:43:10
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You can look at the in and out connectors on the TV and the amplifier. You have choices that depend on the tv and amplifier, basic stereo, surround sound and tos-link. As you know in and out are connected and out and in are connected. Do not connect in and in to each other and do not connect out and out to each other.


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use the optical cable from DVD that's if you have digital out on yoyr DVD player is so connect it to the amp

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If you have a DVD player and just the speakers, no. You will need a system with an amplifier. Some of the Onida systems include this. Connect the digital audio output of the DVD player to the amplifier.

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Your TV will need to have some sort of audio output. Some do, many don't. A dedicated audio output on a TV will usually be an analog stereo mini jack connection, or a newer model may have an optical or coaxial digital audio output. These will need connecting to an audio input on your sound system amplifier. If your TV has a headphone output, you can sometimes connect this to your amplifier and get a reasonable sound.

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