Does this thing have AUX?

Wolfshadw

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AUX is short for Auxiliary. It's not a cable description, but a device description. In other words, it's were you connect your auxiliary device. Those connections are RCA connections, so you can just connect your "left/right" cable into those ports.

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Lutfij

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What are the outputs looking like on your audio's source output? You will be able to use a splitter to have RCA R/L input into your HTS but you wont be able to get surround sound. I would instead advise on using the optical input.
 

Wolfshadw

Splendid
Moderator
AUX is short for Auxiliary. It's not a cable description, but a device description. In other words, it's were you connect your auxiliary device. Those connections are RCA connections, so you can just connect your "left/right" cable into those ports.

-Wolf sends
 

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Yeah, but when i try to connect with optical cable i don't know where is the option on my TV to switch the audio.

See:
1. https://i.imgur.com/LjyJIei.jpg
2. https://i.imgur.com/gs8Q6iy.jpg
3. https://i.imgur.com/5n9jfz0.jpg


Any suggestions?
 

interference

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Thanks!
 
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