Amplifying TV audio

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  1. Jack_CA

    Jack_CA Auditioning

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    I have the following equipment: Sanyo DS27425 TV
    : JVC HR-S3902/3912U VCR
    : TOSHIBA DVD HOME THEATER SYSTEM
    SD-KT50SU

    I have connected them according to the manual diagrams, and they work well.
    My problem is that I would like to use the Home theatre system to amplify the TV audio through the speaker system. My wife and I are elderly and have the hearing problems associated with old age. I am hoping that with "surround sound" we might be able to enjoy regular TV viewing, as we do with our Home theater system. I, in addition to being technically challenged by things electrical, am restricted to low budget items, as is evident by my list of equipment.
    I hope that I am clear in what I am trying to do, that what I am trying to do is possible, and if it is possible, someone can tell me in simple terms, what to do.
    Thank you so much.
     
  2. homthtr

    homthtr Supporting Actor

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    If you have a Cable box or Satellite Reciever, then connect the Red/White Audio out from the box to ( I hope the HTIB has one) Aux Input. Or if you are running your TV signal directly to the TV then the TV would need to have Audio OUT that would get connected to the HTIB Aux input.( again if it has that ability).
     
  3. tagerrung

    tagerrung Auditioning

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    gerr im just tryin to find my old posts sry
     
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