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Topic # 162224 2-Feb-2015 15:33
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So I was woundering if this port on my tv was for audio input or output coax it doesn't say in the booklet that came with the tv and just says coax next to it on the tv and was hoping if I could hook up a sound bar throw it as the speakers on tv and that good it's a Veon SRO9108-B
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  Reply # 1227838 2-Feb-2015 16:04
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Most likely SPDIF digital audio out to send mukti channel audio to a surround sound amp


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  Reply # 1227840 2-Feb-2015 16:05
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Hey BluKing35

Yes that is Coax Output, alongside the Headphone jack for your external audio devices. So you should be fine hooking it up to a Soundbar. 

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  Reply # 1227866 2-Feb-2015 16:24
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My guess it that its either a Video in connection for legacy equipment ( VHS deck etc), or an analog video out connection so you can dairy chain a VHS off the back,

 

 

I pulled the manual from gawd knows where, but it offers absolutely no indication what VEON use this port for

 

http://www.orientalpacific.com/backend/files/products/manuals/439/user%20manual%20for%20VN2280LED-FHD%20and%20VN2480LED-FHD.pdf



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Reply # 1232995 8-Feb-2015 16:50
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laughingthx all it is a audio out

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  Reply # 1260215 16-Mar-2015 13:19
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@BluKing3.5
How did this work out for you? I tried connecting an external device (Veon VN2910-CR) and although the audio did come through (mono of course) it is very faint and carries a lot of "interference".



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  Reply # 1260253 16-Mar-2015 13:39
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Ti: @BluKing3.5
How did this work out for you? I tried connecting an external device (Veon VN2910-CR) and although the audio did come through (mono of course) it is very faint and carries a lot of "interference".


Worked out well I got my self a 7.1 surround sound system now my whole room shakes lol

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  Reply # 1260296 16-Mar-2015 14:32
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Ti: @BluKing3.5
How did this work out for you? I tried connecting an external device (Veon VN2910-CR) and although the audio did come through (mono of course) it is very faint and carries a lot of "interference".


VN2910-CR has no digital audio in so couldn't possibly work.




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  Reply # 1260308 16-Mar-2015 14:52
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That makes a lot of sense - many thanks!

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  Reply # 1260332 16-Mar-2015 15:21
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Ti: @BluKing3.5
How did this work out for you? I tried connecting an external device (Veon VN2910-CR) and although the audio did come through (mono of course) it is very faint and carries a lot of "interference".


VN2910-CR has no digital audio in so couldn't possibly work.


This.

This is a digital coax output for multi channel digital audio. If you are getting any sort of audible analogue signal, it will be unintended crosstalk from another audio circuit.

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