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    Problems with logitech Z-5500's And DVD Player

    Hi all. I have the logitech Z-5500's and a sony cd/dvd player. Im trying to watch my dvds with the sound coming from my 5500's but it wont work. Im using the audio out on the dvd player and connecting them up with coaxial cable. I dont know why it wont work. ive used diff cables in case that one was broken. Can any of you guys help me?
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    Without having a manual of your Sony before me, it's hard to say anything much for certain, but one possiblity might be that the you need to go into the Sony's menu and actively select for sound to be routed via the digital output.

    Presently, it could be, simply, that the Sony is set up only to output through it's phono audio outputs or Scart socket.

    I've just checked this on one of my set-top DVD players, a Yamada 5520, and by default, the digital output IS turned off.

    I've looked at another player and here it's turned on permanently but there are two output options - PCM (which is currently not selected) and Bit Stream (which is).

    So, possibly, even if the digital output on your Sony is turned on, it might not be outputting the sort of digital that the logitech speakers can handle.

    My money's on the digital output being turned off, though.


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