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lost2logic
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Another connection problem, HELP!

Hi All,
I just want my audio from the TV to play thru my Stereo system? I have a Phillips flat screen with a million conections and a Music Hall 25.2 amp with very little connections. Can I do this with this system, and if yes, how? I can connect the audio of my dvd player thru the Music Hall amp when I play DVDs but lost as to how to make regular old TV to play thru the stereo.
Thanks for any help.

Jan Vigne
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Re: Another connection problem, HELP!

If you have a satellite or cable receiver, run its output into the amplifier's inputs. No matter what, you must connect output to input. Even without a satellite/cable system, the TV should have an "audio out" connection. Have you read the owner's manual?

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Re: Another connection problem, HELP!

ya...the owners manual should say. and if not look the model up online, if that fails just try all the combinations.
(joke)

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Re: Another connection problem, HELP!

this TV appears to only have a digital SPDIF for audio out to hifi system. Trouble is my Music Hall Amp doesn't have a spot to connect into, it has regular type jacks for source in like left and right AUX, TUNER, CD, DVD. Is there a cable that I can buy to run the digital SPDIF to analog inputs or I'm I not going to be able to do this?

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Re: Another connection problem, HELP!

I have to say I am unaware of such a cable. That doesn't mean it doesn't exist, it merely reflects the lack of SPDIF's on my system. Call the dealer who sold you the MH gear or a shop that is more familiar with equipment using SPDIF connectors.

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