Hello! I have a small problem and I will be grateful for help. The only audio output on TV is "Digital audio out (optical)", and I care about connecting external speakers 2.1 through the Jack plug. Is there an easy way to do it?
Hello! The only audio output on TV is "Digital audio out (optical)", and I care about connecting external speakers 2.1 through the Jack plug. Is there an easy way to do it?
Recently a friend bought Samsung UHD and supposedly was an adapter from jack to chinche (L, R and Video) but normally worked as an entrance. And it confirmed Samsung's helpline. After talking to the seller, it turned out that they can be reconfigured in the menu for audio output. So maybe the transducer is not necessarily needed ... And the helpline was not well-informed ... Unfortunately, I did not write the model. But I think that other Samsungs may be similar.
But I did not write about the optical output only about the Audio-Video input (TV jack and adapter for three LR and Video chinche) which normally works as an Audio-Video input but can be reconfigured as an output (analog of course). And so it was in the described case. And it was another UHD TV set. Which does not preclude that it can be reconfigured.
But the author asks about the "optical" output The audio signal can also be "pulled" from the SKART socket, but it does not always work, eg if the signal will be fed to a TV with HDMI
The only audio output on tv is "Digital audio out (optical)",
The author states that there is no other optical output and can not be true ... Euro may not be in this TV, but it may be the AV input / output. Unfortunately, I do not see the back of this TV and there are no such websites on the websites I visited. Anyway, the author can check it out, so why should I do it?
Hello, I did not want to create a new topic, and I have a similar problem. All in all, I want to make sure that I understand your advice. I am interested in buying a Samsung K5600 TV, unfortunately it does not have a headphone output, only an optical digital output, 1 component input (Y / Pb / Pr), 1 composite AV input used as a composite Y. And ... it does not tell me much. If I buy it, I would like to connect it to my TA 1400 (the t.amp) MK-X amplifier (I also have the Xenyx 802 plus 2 Tonsile concealer). Is the above-mentioned digital to analog converter sufficiently enough? Or maybe someone knows if the devices I have mentioned also have an optical output, and maybe I will be able to connect them in a different way? Thank you in advance for any help, I do not want to buy TV just to be forced to use their speakers. I attach pictures from the back of the case, found on the internet.
@rrose - the given equipment is not able to directly input the digital audio signal. The DAC converter will therefore be necessary. I would strongly suggest purchasing brand products such as FiiO D3 or FiiO D7. In addition to the TosLink optical cable, you will also need cables - CINCH -> XLR - as in the picture below. To make all this play on the TV you need to activate the digital output.
A contraindication of this solution is the inability to control the sound with the TV remote control. I hope that the amplifier is equipped with remote control.
PS By the way, it would be nice to create your own theme ...
But I did not write about the optical output only about the Audio-Video input (TV jack and adapter for three LR and Video chinche) which normally works as an Audio-Video input but can be reconfigured as an output (analog of course). And so it was in the described case.
Yes, I know that too, and the problem is twins. In Samsung, the audio / video input can also play the role of an (analog) output only you have to configure it. A year ago, I had a case with a friend. They did not know how to do it on the helpline (they even said it was impossible). But a friend bought this TV in the Mediamark (NB from his friend) and clearly indicated what is going on. And the head of Mediamarkt set him up. Unfortunately, I was not there at all (after information from the helpline, I could not give up).