|Connect a Blu-ray HD disc Player and a High-Def cable TV box to a HDTV. |
o Digital Cable TV signal source IN.
o HDTV set.
o Two RF coaxial cables.
o One Component Video cable.
o One HDMI audio/video cable.
o One Stereo audio cable.
o Blu-ray disc Player.
o Digital cable HD- TV converter box.
This hookup has no surround sound.
Look here for surround sound hookup.
Why would you want this configuration?
You want to play a Blu-ray High-Def disc (movie) and do not have a surround sound processor and you want to watch High-Def TV from your cable TV provider.
What can you do with this configuration?
o Play a Blu-ray disc and watch on HDTV
o Watch TV and HDTV shows.
Audio is via the TV speakers.
If your HDTV has two (or more) HDMI inputs, you can hookup a HDMI connection from your Blu-ray Player to your HDTV instead of a Component video hookup.
If your cable TV converter does not have HDMI output, you can hookup a Component video cable and a stereo RCA 2-channel cable to your HDTV.
Note: Blu-ray players typically have HDMI output, however it is important to understand the version of HDMI your player has, since HDMI has undergone many enhancements since inception. HDMI version 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 have certain capabilities which may limit your level of performance. See HDMI Versions for more information.
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