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Does The Philips 727 do DTS?

Old 03-24-04, 12:43 AM
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Does The Philips 727 do DTS?

Also, I've got my main DVD player wired to the DVD input on my amp via a digital coax cord, but only quickly threw on some RCA plugs from the Philips into the AUX input....any ideas for getting the most out of the Philips "audio-wise"? Split the coax? Help!
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All you need is: connect 727 to the DVD input on your amp via a digital coax cord.

Then go to system menu, digital audio setup , set digital output to all

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Hmmm...Is there usually more than one digital input? I seem to remember only one!
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Get a switch if you don't have more inputs on the receiver. Surprisingly, any mechanical switch with RCA jacks should be pretty good. They start around $15, I think. Just ignore all the other connections.
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An RCA switch box won't help him pass digital input signals though.

I take it since it's an amp and not a receiver there's no optical input either?

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Yes it will. Digital coax uses RCA connectors.
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A "digital coax" cable is just a standard 75 ohm RCA cable (the yellow "video" one). An RCA switch-box will work fine. So will a simple Y-connector, for that matter.
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Quite right, I wasn't really thinking when I replied above.

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