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Help hooking surround sound/DVD/TV/Dish

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by greg buggy, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. greg buggy

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    I have a Regent HT391(made by Lenoxx)HT. There are no directions on hooking up a DVD/Dish/TV/HT.

    The HT has 3 sets of audio inputs and a video in and out.The TV which is also a monitor has 2 sets of 3 RCA plugs 1 in and 1 out. 1 Cable connection and a set of 2 variable RCA outputs. There is a switch for TV speakers or your own.
    Any help would be appreciated for this newbie. Thanks
     
  2. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Normally you would want to send all your video signals to the Regent, but unfortunately it only has only one video input. So instead, you will have to send the video from the DVD player and the Dish receiver to the separate inputs the TV has. Video is carried on the yellow jacks. The red and white jacks are audio; you’ll want to send them to the Regent, not the TV.

    DVD connections are shown on page 13. The player’s audio jacks go to the Regent’s “DVD” input.

    You can use the “Aux” jacks for the Dish receiver’s audio.

    You will have to change the input on both the Regent and the TV when you use the system. So, when you want to watch a DVD you’ll have to select “DVD” on the Regent, and say, “Video 1” on the television.

    For the Dish, you’ll select “Aux” on the Regent, and “Video 2” on the TV.

    Make sense?

    Regards,
    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     

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