How do I connect my audio system to the TV?
Your Home Theatre System (HTS) comes with a 'AUDIO IN-AUX' connection. This is an analog audio connection.
There are 3 ways to connect your HTS to a TV via the 'AUDIO IN-AUX' connection:
- Connect the audio cable from the 'Analog Audio Out' connection of the TV to the 'AUDIO IN-AUX' of your HTS
- Connect the audio cable from the 'DIGITAL AUDIO OUT' connection of the TV to the 'AUDIO IN-AUX' of your HTS
In order to connect the digital audio out (coax) from the TV to your HTS, you will need a Digital-to-analog converter (DAC or D-to-A). Make sure that the convertor supports the conversion of both LPCM (Linear Pulse Code Modulation) and AC3 (Dolby Digital) audio format. If you are unsure whether or not a particular converter is suitable, consult your retailer.
- Connect the headphone socket from the TV (3,5mm to analog audio) to the 'AUDIO IN-AUX' of your HTS
Press the 'AUDIO SOURCE' on the remote control to select the audio output of your connection.
NOTE: Your HTS DOES NOT have a digital audio input (SPDIF Digital/Optical input) connection.
For setup at the TV side, please refer to your TV user manual.
Your HTS DOES NOT support HDMI ARC.