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Had a 5 disc CD/DVD player that finally died so upgraded to the Panasonic BDT220 BluRay player and I am not able to figure out how to reconnect the surround sound. I swamped out the unit as it was and this did not work. HELP please!
No problems with Blu Ray to TV. I have an HDMI from TV to BluRay. Have Red white I have tried to TV to Receiver and cant get anything. I so appreciate anyones help! Thank you!
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If you have a receiver, you should connect the player to it for sound. If you route the audio through the TV, you will be limited to stereo.
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Can you expand a bit more please!
Do I go from TV to BluRay to Receiver?
The guys at Best buy told me to go TV to BluRay and TV to Receiver. No go
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Bad idea from those guys at Best Buy. frown.gif

If your receiver has HDMI, go Blu-ray to the receiver and receiver to TV, using HDMI for both connections. The receiver will process the audio and send the video the TV.

If your receiver lacks HDMI, go Blu-ray to TV with HDMI for video and Blu-ray to receiver with optical or coax for audio.
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The Yamaha does not have HDMI, so I could go RED/WHITE from Receiver to BluRay and HMDI from BluRay to TV, if this is correct, which connections are best from/to Yamaha uploaded attachment

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The Yamaha does not have HDMI, so I could go RED/WHITE from Receiver to BluRay and HMDI from BluRay to TV, if this is correct, which connections are best from/to Yamaha uploaded attachment

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You want something that exists and works.

What sort of audio outputs do you have on the TV?

What are the makes and models of your TV and receiver?
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I hooked up has you suggested. I have cables plugged into DVD under AUDIO area. Set input on receiver to DVD. No go. Also tried DTV & Surround under 6CH input. AUGH!~
I'm missong something I'm sure
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My TV is a Sharp AQUOS I can try and find pic of back
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http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=sharp+aquos+46d85u&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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This is the manual, page 10 shows back hookups

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Yamaha HRT 5830
Receiver the oldest (guessing 6 years old) - TV next, about 3 years old, then BluRay Player 2013
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Do not connect the TV to the receiver for audio. Do not use the analog red and white cables.

Do use an optical cable from the player to the receiver. Note which input you used on the receiver. Then select that input on the receiver selector. That's how it Knows where to get the sound.

Do you know how to do the digital input assignments on the Yamaha? That is how you associate an optical input on the back of the AVR with the name of some activity on the receiver input selector, a name such as DVD.
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