Connecting a toshiba regza 2010 TV with a 2550 Herman Cardon 2002 receiver to a Cellcom converter with an optical cable - where to start? Audio and Home Theater - HWzone Forums
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Connecting a toshiba regza 2010 TV with a 2550 Herman Cardon 2002 receiver to a Cellcom converter with an optical cable - where to start?


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Hello dear friends.

I recently renewed with a pair of floor-standing speakers and a center speaker (without rear speakers) by Morel and I am interested in connecting them to the receiver and of course also connecting the TV and converter of .

This is the configuration of the rear receiver: Harman-Kardon-AVR-2550b.jpg

The speakers are connected, according to the Test Tone it seems that the connection is correct.

I am interested in using an optical cable connection to connect the TV and the converter. how do I do it?

Also included is the manual of the receiver.

 

I got really tangled up - I'd love to help : Please:

avr_2550.pdf

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Hi, thanks for trying to help - sorry for the attitude, I'm just clueless in the field.

 

Currently the optical output connects the converter to the receiver and the TV is connected to a folk converter And there is no voice and no answer.

Do I need to connect the TV directly to the receiver in any way or is it supposed to connect through the converter?

 

 

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