Hi, I have this small problem, that my TV (which is a Sansui - hdmi 32") with nothing else than a Coaxial Audio for output sound.
Now I bought an old AV Amplifier, which is a Sony with Dolby Digital DTS, with a 5.1channel sound, it has 6 RCA, which sounds everything i expected with my PC etc...., and it happends to have a Digital Coaxial audio input. so i got very excited.
BUT my problem is that my TV does not support DTS audio coaxial, so I got depressed again. So, do you guys have any idea what can i do?, or should I just buy another AV Amplifier :S (i dont have much $$). not saying another TV.
the worst thing is that, this TV does not have a freaking RCA output atleast.
There are no TV programs broadcast in DTS. If you're trying to get DTS from a DVD player, there are very few TVs that will pass the digital audio from HDMI to the digital output. Connect the DVD player's digital output to the receiver.
On my Sony XBR4 the manual says that if you use HDMI to a SONY audio receiver and then go to the XBR with the HDMI out from the receiver to also connect the optical digital cable to the receiver. Why would you have to do this. I thought the whole idea of HDMI was one cable for both audio and video?