if u can use headphones on it there is a adapter that u can buy with the same male tip i think its called stereo mini and the other end will just be typical audio cables, i got mine at superstore in Canada but any electronics store ie best buy should have them......take your minidisk in with you to make sure
Connect the PS3 to the System and the system to the TV
My system allows everything to be plugged into the Home theater or surround sound system and that to be plugged into the HDTV
Connect your PS3 to your TV then connect you surround sound to your TV.
Connect the digital audio out of the TV to the digital input of the surround sound system. If you are using a cable or satellite receiver for your programming, connect the audio output of them to the input of the surround system.
You can connect a sound system through your TV or the Sonystyle.com site has a new PS3 sound system for under $200 that was designed for the PS3
If the content is from a boom box then it is useless to connect it to surround sound since it isn't in 5.1 surround sound. It will still only produce sound in 2 speakers.
Connect the sound system to the AUDIO OUTPUT connectors on the back of your TV. If theses connectors are not there you will need to get a new TV with these connectors or if there is a cable or Satt. box, connect the surround to these.
Connect a Home theater system with your HDTV and Plug the HDMI cable into it.
A Bose Surround Sound system is very good quality, and therefore provides better performance than other surround sound systems.
Connect the audio out of the TV to the audio input of the surround receiver with a dual RCA cable. Note that this connection isn't surround. You will need to connect a DVD, Blu-Ray or digital cable box to the surround receiver for true surround sound.
Usually you wouldn't need to but if you wanted to offset it from balanced or if your connection has a stronger signal in one channel than the other you can connect a preamp or an amplifier with balance control and audio inputs as well as out puts to the system. You would connect the wires going in to the surround system into the input of the preamp and then connect the output of the preamp into the input of the surround system. CAUTION do not turn the preamp volume up to high or you risk blowing the surround system.
A DVD player does not have surround sound built into it. You can purchase surround sound speakers and connect them to the DVD player. This will make your movie experience much better.
Pug it into the the output socket
That is the Jamo D 7PEX 7.1 Surround-Sound Speaker System.
Yes. Most DVD Home Theater systems have inputs for other components. As long as it is a digital input you can get your Surround Sound from your Blu-ray through your system.
According to TrustedReviews, the best surround sound system is the LG NB4530A. This LG surround sound system currently has a rating of nine out of ten and is priced at 299.99 pounds.
Connect the av cable video plug to the composite video in (yellow). Connect the left and right audio to the stereo audio input, or connect these to your surround sound system.
Connect the digital audio output of the TV to a surround sound receiver and speakers.
check your surround sound if it has an HDMI or AV input jacks. if it has, then you are good to go. from your satellite receiver, attach the HDMI cable or AV cable. connect it to your surround sound. after connecting the satellite receiver box and surround sound, attach the HDMI or AV cable from the surround sound to your television.
If your DVD home theater system has a optical or coaxial digital input, connect the digital audio output of the Blu-Ray player to this input. You will not get the benefit of DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD lossless audio, but it will still be surround sound. Without a digital input, you should sell the old DVD system and buy a HDMI-capable surround receiver.
The surround bar is used in a home to system to keep the sound projecting out of the home system from coming out unclear. The sound bar keeps the sound clear.
Logitech G51 Surround Sound Speaker System sounds real.
Connect the digital audio output from the TV to the digital input of the surround sound receiver.
Use a sound bar only if you don't care about real surround sound and are looking for something to mount to the wall as a one-piece system. Purchase a surround receiver and speakers if you want the best sound and true surround ability.
It depends on the surround sound system used. The common surround system used is call 5.1 and consists of five speakers: Three in front and two on each sides.