Question

What are the different connections available to connect the audio cables?

Answer

This connection enables you to listen to the sound.

Option 1 - Using an audio cable

Use an audio cable (red/white) to connect AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to one of the following devices with the same input jacks.

  • a stereo system (for example, TV or mini system)
  • a receiver with two channel analog stereo

 

Option 2 - Using a coaxial cable

  1. Use a coaxial cable (not supplied). Connect the recorder to the receiver/amplifier from the COAXIAL (DIGITAL AUDIO) jack on the recorder to the digital input of the receiver.
  2. Press SETUP on the remote control. The system menu appears on the TV.
  3. Use keys to highlight a {System Menu - AUDIO} or {Setup Menu - AUDIO} and press to access.
  4. Use keys to highlight {SPDIF Output} and press to access.
  5. Use keys to select one of the options.

    • { RAW } – Select this if you have used the recorder’s COAXIAL (DIGITAL AUDIO) jack to connect to a multichannel receiver.
    • { LPCM } – Select this if you have used the recorder’s COAXIAL (DIGITAL AUDIO) jack to connect to a stereo or audio/video system. 
  6. Use keys to highlight {LPCM Output} and press to access.
  7. Use keys to select one of the options.

    • { LPCM 48 kHz} – Select this if the connected audio device is capable of processing digital signal input with sampling rates of 48 kHz. In addition, the disc you are playing back must be recorded in 48kHz LPCM format.
    • { LPCM 96 kHz} – Select this if the connected audio device is capable of processing digital signal input with sampling rates of 96 kHz. In addition, the disc you are playing back must be recorded in 96kHz LPCM format.
  8. Press OK to confirm your selection.
  9. To exit, press SETUP.

Remark :
Do not connect your TV’s audio output jacks to the AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on this DVD recorder, this may cause unwanted noise. 

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