How Do You Hook Up Home Theater With DVD & Satellite Box?
Manufacturers design home theater systems to be hooked up with a bare minimum of fuss. Everything is routed into a central audio-visual receiver, which in turn sends the video signals out to the television screen and speakers. Most people’s home entertainment setups include two key components on top of that: a DVD player and a satellite box. You need only remember which cables go into the “In” jacks and which go into the “Out” jacks. Check the back of your DVD player, satellite box, TV screen and home theater A/V receiver. Look at the various cable jacks they all possess and identify which is which; this will help you find the best-quality connection. As of January 2010, the jacks that provide the best connection are HDMI jacks, which are small and rectangular. On the other end of the scale are RCA jacks: three small circular jacks color-coded red, white and yellow. They do the job, but they don’t provide the sound quality of some other types of jacks. In the middle of those two extrem