Originally Posted by Floydage
they are on the same input to the TV.....i may have mentioned in my earlier posts i ran all RG6 from the pole to the amp to the coax input in the back of the converter box then used RCA cords for audio/video out from the converter box to the VCR then audio/video out from the VCR to a nonAC(no power cord) 4 component switch selector to AV1 on the back of the TV for DTV, DVD, VCR fro video only ....2channel stereo audio is channeled to the 2channel receiver.....no audio hook up on the TV at ths time......if anybody has more ideas let me know...illl keep looking around.....btw, there are alot of signals here and a major flight path high above.
floyd>>>>>OK, that was many moons ago. I had to catch my breath reading your hook-up. lol
chuck>>>>>yes i know its a little hard to follow....it was better to use the selector to hook up all the components through one line to AV1 on the TV then use the selector L/R audio output to Tape1 on the stereo amp for the components.....
come to think of it i do have an older AV receiver....it works but i put it away.......it keeps burning out the LCD panel display lights....i need to open it up and unsolder the old burned out LCDs and solder new LCD lights to the board behind the panel...
floyd>>>>>What about the second question: "That TV is fairly recent. Does it have a DTV tuner built-in?"[/quote]
chuck>>>>>i dont follow....for a modern WS im sure it does have a digital tuner....what does the TV digital tuner in the TV have to do with audio problems?....if you mean run the audio out from the TV to the stereo amp i dunno how good the audio will be....i never did it that way.....i always used the L/R audio out from the VCR to a stereo amp for stereo audio in anologue.......what about the all the multi-signals and a flight path above?Edited by chucklp61 - 9/30/12 at 11:55pm