CONNECTING HDMI PERIPHERALS
Connecting DVD / Blu-Ray / HD Cable Box (HDMI) / Media
Centre / Home Theatre System
Getting the most out of your Home Entertainment flat display panel involves prioritizing certain peripheral
devices to specific input jacks. For example, the number one source consideration should be the home
theatre system. Any home entertainment centre is always limited with respect to peak performance by its
1. Are you connecting a home theatre receiver to your flat panel display?
2. If yes, do you plan on making the receiver or the TV the main hub?
3. Which of the two units features latest most recent HDMI version?
4. Or, does the home theatre system features ARC (audio return channel)?
Pending answers to aforementioned, ARC is best option as long as Home Theatre System’s HDMI output
is connected to television’s HDMI 1 (ARC). Proceed with next most utilized high definition peripherals by
hooking it to HDMI 2, so forth and so on.
Connect TV’s「HDMI input 1(ARC)」terminal and DVD’s HDMI output terminal with a HDMI cable.
Check for display and sound. Can be also connected to「HDMI input 2, 3(MHL)」.
ARC (Audio Return Channel)
- External audio devices which support Simple link and ARC should be connected to "HDMI input 1
- External audio devices which support ARC (Audio Return Channel) do not require an optical cable
and can support SPDIF by only connecting the high-speed HDMI cable which synchronizes with
- This will allow audio signal from all respective peripherals connected to the television to play from
the home theatre system.
(Refer to the manual of digital set-top box.)