Nov 21 2003, 06:17 PM
i have bought the xbox component video cables from a uk company called console plus, can these also be used for the audio out of my box into my tv?there are 3 video cables & 2 audio on the lead?where should these be plugged in?
or do i need to buy seperates?
if so which are the best option?
please advise asap,i have a brand new panasonic tx-32pd30 tv & im itching to set up my system to its best capabilities
Nov 21 2003, 06:53 PM
Well. Your TV should have audio inputs corresponding to the component inputs. Plug them in there. If not you have one silly TV. I could not find your model anywhere.. is it correct.
The best way would be to run your audio to your AV reciever if you have one.
Nov 21 2003, 07:03 PM
the model is PANASONIC TX-32PD30.
im not at my tv now so i cant c if it has component audio in.
if u cant find the model u must b some 'silly' cunt.
its the best high-res tv around so wise up prick
Nov 21 2003, 07:10 PM
Dude re-fuxin-lacks for christ sake.. Your TV isnt listed on panasonics website or pricegrabber.. and its not like I was wanting to look for the damn thing very long not knowing if the model number was right.
Figure it out yourself buckwheat. Btw.. its not component AUDIO.. Its component VIDEO. The audio is still your standard analog red and white RCA bs. But you should know this Mr. Best hi-res TV owner.
Oh yeah.. Your TV is garbage by the way!
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