Question

How do I connect my TV to the home theater system to get surround sound when watching a TV broadcast?

Answer

If your TV has a Audio-Out Jack

  1. Use an audio cable (red/white - not supplied) to connect the AUDIO IN-TV jacks on the home theater system to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the TV. 

If your TV does not have a Audio-Out Jack

Option 1: Connect to a Cable/Satellite Box (Click here)
Option 2:
Connect to a DVD Recorder/VCR (Click here)
Option 3: Connect using the Headphone jack on your TV (Click here)

(Option 1)

    1. Connect the Cable/ Satellite Box to the TV as shown. 
    2. Connect the home theater system's AUDIO IN-AUX jacks to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the cable/satellite box using an audio cable (red/white - Not Supplied).

After connecting, press AUX/DI on the remote to select “AUX” / "DI" in order to activate the correct input source.

 

 

(Option 2)

If you have connected the antenna to your DVD Recorder/VCR and out to the TV

    1. Connect the home theater system's AUDIO IN-TV jacks to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder/VCR using an audio cable.(red/white - Not Supplied)
    2. Ensure that the DVD Recorder/VCR is turned on and the correct viewing channel is selected before performing a recording.

If you have split the antenna from the wall to the DVD Recorder/VCR and the TV using a splitter 

    1. Connect the home theater system's AUDIO IN-TV jacks to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder/VCR using an audio cable. (red/white - Not Supplied)
    2. Ensure that the DVD Recorder/VCR is turned on and the correct viewing channel is selected before performing a recording.

(Option 3)

  1. Connect a 3.5mm to 2 RCA (stereo) jack (Not Supplied) from the Headphone-Out jack on your TV to the Audio-In jack on the Home Theater System. 

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