How do you get audio through an HDMI cable from my rca surround system to my samsung lcd tv?
HDMI cables contain both the video and the audio signal, so you just plug it in and it should work.
Yes. Connect the audio output (digital or analog) of the TV in to the TV input of the receiver. Read More
Connect AUDIO OUT on the cable box to AUDIO IN on the surround system. Read More
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. Read More
If your TV has a digital audio output, connect it to the optical or coaxial digital input of the surround receiver. This will pass through the digital audio signal sent from a HDMI input at the TV. Read More
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9.3 surround sound refers to an audio processing system that has 9 separate audio channels, and 3 separate subwoofer channels hence the ".3" Read More
A Samsung or Vizio LED television connected to the PS3 with an HDMI cable, and then connected with optical digital output to a Logitech Z906 THX surround sound speaker system. Read More
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. Read More
Hi, Probably, but depending on your TV set's system, you may not get surround sound but instead, standard stereo. That's because surround sound needs an encoded signal to work properly and the TV's audio system may not pass that portion of the signal through the audio chain. Give it a try. If it works, great. If it doesn't, you'll have your answer. Hope that helps, Cubby Read More
Go into the audio menu on the TV and try different settings, is there a Dolby setting? Read More
You will probably need a mini plug to RCA adapter so that you can plug your audio into the line level input jacks on the back of your surround system. One thing you'll need to be aware of, is that the audio output of your .mp3 player may over drive the inputs. If that's the case, try to find an adapter that will reduce the volume from your .mp3 player to levels that will allow… Read More
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Audio out or headset out from the laptop to audio IN on the surround unit. The audio level on the laptop might need to be set at MAX to get enough volume for the surround to use properly. To hear a full surround sound signal you will need to have content that is stored in a surround sound format and a sound card that supports multi-channel audio outputs. Read More
the ps2 and xbox 360 use optical outputs. The 360 requires a special a/v cable for digital audio. your surround receiver should have a digital audio input that takes an optical cable. Read More
Yes. If your Home Theater system has an HDMI input, use that. If not, use the optical digital output to connect the audio from the player to the optical input on the amplifier. Read More
If your audio and video are not in sync, you should check your surround receiver to see if it has a audio sync or lip sync function. Read More
The Bose surround systems will work with any audio signal that has an analog or digital output. If you TV has that, then you're good to go. Read More
Surround sound is an audio technique that can play discrete audio from each speaker to give you the experience of what you're watching. Read More
It's the best system you can buy for $88. It isn't nearly as good as more expensive systems. This type of system is better suited for surround gaming with your computer. Read More
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. Read More
Yes you can, if your DVD home theater system has a audio input. Connect the audio output from your tv or cable box to this input. Read More
Adding surround sound will not affect the performance of your TV, but it will enhance some of the sound you get from your TV. But be aware, not all TV audio will give you a "wow" reaction. Sitcoms, news and other general shows don't feature very exotic audio to begin with. Music shows (CMT, VH1, PBS) will sound very nice on your surround system. You will mostly notice enhanced audio when watching a DVD movie… Read More
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… Read More
The system does no video switching, a audio only system, where other systems will switch AUDIO and VIDEO both at the same time. OR if it is a A/V type it means the unit has some inputs that do not have video such as a CD Player. This is normal. Read More
hook up your ps3 to your television (with HDMI cable) and depending on what kind of television you have, you need to send the audio out to the sound system. I used an optical cable for the best quality sound. Now, no matter what is hooked up to your television, it will go through your sound system. Read More
You need to turn on your Bluetooth in mobile and then pair your mobile with car audio system. After pairing you can listen your phone audio through car audio system. Read More
Connect the digital audio output of the TV to the optical input of the sound bar with the included optical cable. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
If there are no speaker connections on the back of the TV, then you need to buy a sound system. The 5.1 is popular and many programs are recorded with a Surround 5.1 audio track. This system will have its own amplifier and sometimes speakers. Something with about 100 watts per channel would be good. Then connect AUDIO OUT from the TV to AUDIO IN on the sound system. Go into the audio menu and… Read More
Need to connect Sony Bravia klv32ex400 which has no clear audio-out port to 5.1 channel surround without HDMI so where do you connect the 5 cables from the surround sound system to the HDTV?
The KLV32ex400 has no surround output capability. The only audio output is a stereo 1/8" headphone jack. If you are using a Blu-Ray or HD cable or satellite receiver, you can run an optical or coaxial digital cable from those directly to the receiver for surround sound. Read More
If you use a surround sound receiver that let you define the numbers of channels, set it for 2.0 or 2.1 if you have a sub. The center channel audio will be mixed into the left and right speakers. Read More
A tv has a single spdif out and the surround sound only accepts a red and white rca input how do you make it work?
The TV is a MONO TV and you need a STEREO TV with audio output jacks to get the surround system to work. PS, what is a spdif? Read More
How do you hook up a HD tv and Blu-ray system and digital cable box to have the surround sound system work all the time?
Connect the AUDIO INPUT of the Sound system to the AUDIO OUTPUT of the TV set. Connect the Cable Box to the #1 VIDEO input on the TV. Connect the BLUE RAY to the #2 VIDEO input of the TV set. The TV might have a AUDIO OUTPUT function in the AUDIO MENU. switch this to FIXED. This will send a even audio signal to your sound system at all times. Turn the TV sound… Read More
If the green audio jack on a computer does not work but the blue line-in plays surround audio can you change it so that normal audio plays through line-in?
Depends on the soundcard. For example with Asus Realtek soundcards you can route the inputs and ouputs from the Sound Manager, see the related link. Read More
You have to plug the audio device's connector into the optical connection on the back of the system. The connection is next to the HDMI jack. The audio device must also be digital, not analog. Read More
Every remote manufacturer has a different set of codes numbers for other manufacturers. What remote are you using? Read More
Coby 937 DVD home theater system and the DVD input is having problems it isn't reading discs well is there a way i can receive 5.1 audio from the aux inputs with any cables or connections?
Reading discs is a problem with the DVD player, not the inputs. You can use an external DVD player and play the audio through the system, but it will only be in stereo. The Coby 937 only uses the surround decoder with its own DVD player. Read More
Usually this is a sync problem when viewing the screen with sound through a surround receiver. See if your receiver has a lip sync feature to compensate for the delayed audio. Read More
If you want an audio output from the TV to connect to a home theater receiver or other amplifier, you will have to use the optical digital audio output or Audio Return Channel through the HDMI connectors. Those are the only outputs on this TV. Read More
If you have Logic Studio 9 on your Mac how do you mix the surround sound from that with video while still having the surround file?
You create a sound mix in surround. You then Bounce the Master as a PCM file. Use Compressor to create a Dolby Digital 5.1 audio file (AC3) and then you can use DVD Studio Pro or iDVD to burn the audio to a DVD. If you want to add surround audio to a video file, use Soundtrack Pro, which is included with Logic Studio. Read More
One of the main two JVC products for car audio systems would be the DAB series of car stereos. The second main JVC product would be the Dolby surround sound stereo system. Read More
Connect the digital audio output of the TV to a surround sound receiver and speakers. Read More
If you are speaking of a 22-inch Dynex television, then yes. It will work. Note that the DVD/TV combo units had limited connection capability, so if you want to connect this type of set to a surround sound system, it must have a coaxial or optical digital audio output to send surround sound to a receiver. Read More
Home theater systems involve surround sound. Audio CDs are recorded in stereo, not surround. Most surround receivers have digital effects processors that can simulate environments such as concert halls and clubs, which can give the illusion that the listener is at a concert for the music playing. Any CD player connected to a surround receiver, along with front and rear speakers, and usually a subwoofer and center channel speaker, will create a home theater system… Read More
The Numbering system defines the number of speakers present in the system. The First number denotes the number of full range Audio Channels, those that are able to reproduce the higher frequencies, where most all the detail and audio information is produced. the last number declares the number of low frequency "Sub Woofer channels" that are used. In a 5.1 surround system there should be 5 separate speaker enclosures, each attached to the audio source… Read More
Please check the Audio circuit on your Samsung LCD 42 main board. may be a dry solder or a lose jack. please check all on the audio circuit. Read More
You will need a digital audio switchbox or a surround sound receiver with 2 digital inputs. Read More
The CX-9's standard audio system is manufactured by an undisclosed supplier and the brand is unknown. A 10-speaker Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound audio system with amplifier is optional on the mid-level Touring model and top-level Grand Touring model. Read More
I've been an audio engineer for the last 10 yrs. CD audio is 16 bit resolution at 44.1kHz sample rate. It is a stereo recording. This means it has a serarate left and right channel. DVD audio is 24 bit resolution at 96kHz samplerate (more than double that of CD). It is a 5.1 recording. This means that it has seprarate left and right channels, a center, left rear, and right rear channel (that's the… Read More