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conection for surround sound

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by newjohn, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. newjohn

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    i am soon to purchase a new projector to hopefully go with my exsisting surround sound the problem i have is that my JVC-A35 has no component connections and i am told i need this to get a good picture
    i also have a JVC-M10 player recorder and this has a component output
    can i connect the output of the latter to the input of my surround sound
    and still get the 5.1 surround or am i better to get a new player with the outputs i need ? (if so can you reccomend a good cheap system)
    any help/advice please
     
  2. lee_car

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    hi you dont get sound through component connections, you will need to connect phono etc to get sound
    cheers lee
     
  3. newjohn

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    sorry about the bad explanation
    what i am trying to do is play my dvd on the player with component connections as this is better or so im told,
    and as this is not surround sound i wish to link this to my other player that has surround sound but no component and use the second player just as an amplifier so can i and will i get the 5.1 i want
    if so how
    or am i talking nonsence
     

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