Download Print this page

Connecting A Digital (Optical) Audio Device; Connecting A Cassette Deck; Connecting An Auxiliary Audio Device - RCA 7-Piece 275 User Manual

Complete 7-piece 275-watt home theater audio system with 3-dvd/cd changer
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

2. If your satellite receiver or cable box has analog audio
connections, connect red plugs to the right
white plugs to the left
AUDIO
receiver (or cable box), select the SAT function (see
"Controlling a Satellite Receiver or Cable Box" on
Page 21).
If your satellite receiver or cable box has digital (optical) audio
output, use an optical cable to connect the satellite receiver
to the home theater receiver' s
your satellite receiver or cable box, select the SAT-OPT
function (see "Controlling a Satellite Receiver or Cable
Box" on Page 21).

Connecting a Digital (Optical) Audio Device

You can connect a digital audio device such as an MD (Mini
Disc) or DAT (Digital AudioTape) recorder to the receiver's
to record audio from the receiver. Use Toslink
DIGITAL OUT
optical cable to connect the MD or DAT recorder to the
receiver's
optical jack.
DIGITAL OUT
You can also connect a satellite receiver, portable CD player,
MD or DAT recorder, or other components with digital output
to the receiver's
optical jack. Use Toslink optical cable
SAT IN
to connect the desired device to the receiver.
C C C C a a a a u u u u t t t t i i i i o o o o n n n n : : : : If an active digital audio output signal is supplied to a
receiver or other equipment without a corresponding digital
decoding capability, a very loud noise might be produced
which could permanently damage your speakers.

Connecting a Cassette Deck

Use audio/video cables (not supplied) to connect a cassette
deck to the receiver. Connect red plugs to the right
jacks and white plugs to the left
jacks and
AUDIO
jacks. To use your satellite
optical jack. To use
SAT IN
AUDIO
jacks. Make sure you
AUDIO
connect the cassette deck to both the
sets of jacks.
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : If the cassette deck is placed too close to the receiver,
noise might occur during cassette playback. If this happens,
move the cassette deck farther away from the receiver.

Connecting an Auxiliary Audio Device

You can also connect an audio device that does not require
Toslink (such as an MP3 player, playback cassette deck, or
portable CD player) to the Home Theater Audio System.
1. Use audio cables to connect the desired device to the
receiver' s
jacks.
AUX
2. Connect red plugs to the right
plugs to the left
AUDIO
and
TAPE IN
TAPE OUT
jacks and white
AUDIO
jacks.
9

Hide quick links:

Advertisement

loading

  Related Manuals for RCA 7-Piece 275

  Related Content for RCA 7-Piece 275

This manual is also suitable for:

Hts-3000