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HDTV tutorial: this tutorial will show you step by step how to connect an HDTV to your sound system or home theater.
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Male Speaker: Systems are different but here are the general steps to connect your HDTV to your home theater or sound system. First check your HDTV units input output ports. Usually at the side or in back, input jacks receive signals output jacks send signals from your HDTV to your system. Now check your audio amplifiers input output ports, they are usually in back. Here are the ports on a typical home theater unit. There are three main ways to make audio connections, most all audio components offer RCI style connectors, while these will do the job, you only want to use them if you don't have the digital connection options since digital provides better quality audio, digital coaxial or toslink cables carry the audio signal digitally.
If you have a digital optical audio out on your HDTV and the digital optical audio in on your sound system use these. Newer equipment like some DVD players and HDTV tuners are designed for home theaters, so they probably have a digital audio output. Our third option is an HDMI cable for combine digital audio and video connections. This may be your best option if your home theater support it because a single cable carries both video and surround sound audio. One quick tip if you are connecting older components to newer ones you may have to buy adopters from an electronic store.