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Connecting A Surround System

Discussion in 'Freeview Forum' started by Matthew Bpstock, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. Matthew Bpstock

    Matthew Bpstock Guest

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    Hi,

    I have a Logik Freeview Television, and I want to connect it to a Surround sound system. The Television does not seem to have an audio output, or a headphone socket.

    How do I go about connecting the surround sound system.

    It does have these ports:

    RF In
    Audio L/R in
    Component
    Pc Audio
    Scart
    VGA (PC)
    HDMI

    I would like to avoid using an external freeview reciever.

    Thanks

    Matthew
     
  2. 24 P

    24 P Well-known Member

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    Wont work, you need some kind of Audio out, albeit anaolog or digital, which your panel does not provide.
    Next option is to use the box you don't want to..

    :thumbsup:
     
  3. grahamlthompson

    grahamlthompson Distinguished Member

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    The scart socket carries stereo audio out you just need to break out the audio out connections.
     
  4. MarkE19

    MarkE19 Moderator

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    Check the manual of the TV to make sure that at least one of the scart sockets does output a signal. If it does then you can get a scart adapter such as This unless you have an external device connected to the scart socket, in which case you will need something like This.

    Mark.
     

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