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tv input to kenwood 5050 receiver

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by jan, Dec 20, 2001.

  1. jan

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    can anyone tell me which inputs I use to put the audio output (twin phonos)from my phillips widescreen tv into on the 5050.I can get sound from the video and dvd no problem.
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    Hi Jan

    Try the phono inputs at the back of your Kenwood.

    Si
     
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    I dont know your Amp but use something like the AUX1/VIDEO1 or 2 or 3/TV/SAT phono sockets on the rear.

    On some TVs you have to set the volume level for the sockets on the back of the TV - so try it, if nothing comes out check the TV manual. On my Sony the Level is very low until you turn it up on the TVs menu system.

    Why not just use the Video for most things....(not much use when taping on the video and want to listen to something on the TV though....)

    Don't forget you will get Steros for most things and the odd movies/TV program will be in either Dolby Surround or Pro Logic at best. Set the amp to Prologic mode..when using it or plain stereo for things like Top of the Pops (hmmmm...)








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