Amplifier connections explained

02 May
Your amplifier has many plugs when you turn it around and have a look at the rear. Amplifiers have changed over the years and can be very confusing when needing to be set up to your TV, DVD, Blu-ray etc.
Amplifier connections explained

Amplifier connections explained

Here is a brief explanation of the inputs:

Digital In – is for connecting digital audio from your DVD, Blu-ray etc. This can be done by using a coaxial or optical cable.

Amplifier connections explained

Amplifier connections explained

AV Inputs – this is a more basic way of connecting your DVD, Foxtel etc with the yellow, red and white RCA cables.

Component video – for connecting analog video from a DVD etc using component cables, 9/10 connection.

HDMI in – for connecting your Blu-Ray, HD Foxtel etc, 10/10 connection (video and audio).

HDMI out – connecting the amplifier to the TV via a HDMI cable, 10/10 connection.

Monitor out – connecting the amplifier to the TV with composite cables, 4/10 connection.

Sub pre-out – this is for connection of an active (powered) subwoofer.

Speaker terminals – for the connection of your speakers (front left, front right, centre, real left and rear right).

If you have any more questions please don’t hesitate to call Peter from That TV Guy for any advice on 0401 202 087.

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