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  Reply # 471663 20-May-2011 17:05
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so whats the go then ? speakers are fine good price for unit should do the job?




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  Reply # 471683 20-May-2011 18:01
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Am I right in thinking that the 467 doesn't handle the single HDMI out for all inputs?  So if you have various inputs you need the same type of connection to the TV?



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  Reply # 471685 20-May-2011 18:08
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i have no idea hope someone can answer that i just figured u through bluray mysky in to amp and one to tv job done ?




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  Reply # 471705 20-May-2011 19:09
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I'm pretty sure you can't, I got the 667 for this reason.  If you look at the connections section of the manual, it shows what outputs you need to connect the TV for certain inputs



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  Reply # 471718 20-May-2011 20:00
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so what does that actually mean? the one hdmi output wont let me watch sky/ bly ray from one output?and there fore would need to put my sky to tv and only bluray to amp and then tv?




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  Reply # 471730 20-May-2011 20:29
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the audio shop online from which i brought it has assured me it will handle all the outputs hdmi into reciver all out to tv and use them all on one hdmi on tv




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  Reply # 471741 20-May-2011 21:07
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it will PASS HDMI video signal to HDMI-out to TV.
it will NOT convert Composite/RCA/S-video signal to HDMI-out to TV.

(please check this with the shop as i don't want to be the DUH I TOLD YOU SO idiot at the end of the day ok)

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  Reply # 471742 20-May-2011 21:08
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overall what i was saying is DONT crank up this amp. if you notice the sound getting harsh it means it's running out of power and starting to clip. turning up more will damage (albeit cheap[-ish]) speaker

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  Reply # 471994 21-May-2011 20:02
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Your setup will be okay if you do this...

CD player -> RCA cable -> Amplifier
BluRay -> HDMI cable -> Amplifier
MySky -> HDMI cable -> Amplifier
TV -> Optical cable -> Amplifier
Amplifier -> HDMI cable -> TV

If you want to plug in something else like a Nintendo Wii, you'll need to do this...

Wii -> Composite cable (red/white/yellow) -> Amplifier -> Composite cable (yellow only) -> TV.

Make sure you don't crank the system too loud and everything should be okay.
BUT - if it was my money, I'd get a Yamaha 667, it's just a nicer amp to use, offers better sound, more flexibility down the line.



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  Reply # 471996 21-May-2011 20:07
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steeper price though im also getting a centre speaker as well so my budget is reached id spend more but mrs wants carpet




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  Reply # 471998 21-May-2011 20:09
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cd player then optical to amp or rca?




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  Reply # 474840 27-May-2011 15:12
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arrived on thursday have it all hooked up amzed with the colours on my samsung lcd screen really deep vivid colours not sure how but looks visually better , the sound is awesome and it does go pretty loud as well would reccomed this to any one esp for the price




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