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    Started by GlassWolf at 01-01-09, 06:56 PM

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  2. William from NOLA

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    12-28-08 #2

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    That's how all the new TV's are now, in addition to HDMI and optical. I think you'd be suprised to find even a SPDIF.
    A.K.A. megahurts4 :: Member since: July 19, 2002

  3. Ryan from Ohio

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    12-29-08 #3

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=330295678165

    Thats what Im looking at.

    The manual doesnt call out an SPDIF connection, but a digital phono in. The seller says it has an spdIF port, but the manual doesnt show one.

    Are these ports one in the same?

    I know the SPDIF is a digital signal...? The price is right on this unit and it has nice power.
    -Ryan
    [SIZE=3]www.caraudiocentral.net - Your #1 Car Audio Resource on the Net![/SIZE]

  4. Jon

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    12-29-08 #4

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    SPDIF is a digital coaxial connection. The only other type of digital connection that you may find would be optical (aka Toslink). SPDIF is by far more common than Toslink. I canot imagine a receiver not having a SPDIF input these days.

    On another note, are you using the integrated digital tuner on the HDTV? What is your signal source? If you are using cable or sat, you could run the signal into the receiver first, then out to the TV.

  5. Ryan from Ohio

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    12-29-08 #5

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    lol,

    I have a set of bunny ears behind this new TV. But they are new phillips brand meant for HD tv.
    -Ryan
    [SIZE=3]www.caraudiocentral.net - Your #1 Car Audio Resource on the Net![/SIZE]

  6. GlassWolf

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    01-01-09 #6

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    those ears go dead on feb 19th
    cat
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  7. Ryan from Ohio

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    01-02-09 #7

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    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...uct_id=3904681

    I think your mistaken. I get digital signals just fine.



    Its only the local channels, but eh.
    -Ryan
    [SIZE=3]www.caraudiocentral.net - Your #1 Car Audio Resource on the Net![/SIZE]

  8. GlassWolf

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    01-02-09 #8

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    oh I missed the "this new" part of that. thought it was an old set.
    cat
    GlassWolf (aka KikiTheCat)
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  9. Ryan from Ohio

    Master of My Domain
    01-03-09 #9

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    You scared me for a second though...lol
    -Ryan
    [SIZE=3]www.caraudiocentral.net - Your #1 Car Audio Resource on the Net![/SIZE]

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