Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Sunland, California, USA
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I haven't purchased the 360 yet.
I currently have my HD DVR connected to the LCD TV through HDMI. The LCD TV has an optical audio out jack which is connected directly to the HK receiver. This is the instructed method of setup in the Sony manual. I had previously had the HD DVR connected via HDMI to the LCD TV, but was using a direct optical audio connection between the DVR and the receiver, which resulted in synching issues for 1080p content from D*. Once I set up things correcly that issue went away.
I was just assuming that I only need to use the HDMI connection from the 360 to the LCD TV and that, similar to the DVR, the audio will be routed to the receiver from the optical audio output of the T.V. Right?
I'm somewhat put off by networking challenges, but I was hoping there was some simple device that would expand the number of ethernet jacks on an adapter, such as the WGA600N ,without messing up my current DVR 's connection to the internet.
SAMSUNG 65-INCH UHD 8550; SAMSUNG BD-F7500/ZA BLU-RAY PLAYER; YAMAHA RX-V565 AV RECEIVER; 7.1 AUDIO; SAMUNG UHD VIDEO PACK; BOSTON ACOUSTICS SPEAKERS; PS4.