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Toshiba 46WH08 + Dolby Digital?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by gpegler, Jan 18, 2001.

  1. gpegler

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    I have recently bought the excellent 46WH08 TV. I have a cranky old Samsung 807 DVD connected to it via a scart lead to the RGB socket and a digital coaxial cable for sound.

    My question is how can I tell if I am getting Dolby Digital sound while a DVD is playing? There is something in the TV manual about one of the on screen menu headings displaying information if Dolby Digital is working, but I can't get that to work.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Gary Pegler
     
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    Ensure your DVD is set to replay Dolby Digital. Check the menu on the disc, you may need to select DD, possibly from within the languages menu.
     
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    gpegler.

    Can you tell me what the screen dimensions are for the 46 Tosh. I know its 46 inch diagonally, but what is the screen size in height and width? ta
     
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    The DVD movie has to have dolby support!

    Press the dolby button at the bottom of the remote (it is like a bd sign)

    This will bring up the dolby menu.

    This is what I did.

    1)use the surround sound test, this goes through each speaker and produces a fuzzy sound.

    2) If you recived a sound from each speaker go to the first screen again and select the top option (dolby I think) then press enter and exit.

    Listen closle to one of the rear speakers to see if it works
     

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