New memberUsername: Broomulack
Post Number: 1
Posted on Monday, January 29, 2007 - 00:17 GMT
I realize in advance that this is a total rookie question, and I apologize. I have gotten everything to work beautifully except that DVD sound. Here are my questions:
1. Do I still need to use the A/V connections even with an HDMI connection?
2. If the answer to #1 is "yes", then what input do I put it into? I currently have the DVD player in HDMI 1, and the A/V cables in the same. I haven't gotten the sound to work no matter what I do (other than just setting it up with components).
For the record, this is a Panasonic TH-50PX600U television and a Denon DVD-1730 player.
I appreciate any help you all can give me.
Silver MemberUsername: Mike3
Post Number: 240
Posted on Monday, January 29, 2007 - 03:07 GMT
I am not familiar with either your DVD player or your plasma set. I have a Visio Plasma with a Samsung DVD player. My DVD player has set up options for stereo, Surround, etc. It also has a PCM option. I will assume you are not using a HT surround sound set up since you did not indicate so in your post except for the "setting it up with components" comment.
You do not need A/V cables. Try stereo output for your DVD's Audio Set Up and do not select DTS when loading a disc since you are not using a DTS capable receiver.
Since you "have gotten everything else to work beautifully" I am making the assumption that you have not turned off or muted your TV speakers.