The second solution I thought of was buying a blu-ray player with the outputs i needed. It depends on all the stuff you wanna listen to with your surround sound. My 55" Samsung is a model UN55FH6003F To solve the problem of improving the sound quality versus using the original on-board internal Samsung TV speakers, I bought an HDMI switcher box that has three "separate" audio outputs as well as an HDMI output and 4 HDMI inputs..The problem with that is i dont know if blu-ray players only need hdmi to connect to the tv since I never owned one before. Currently my set up is: Xbox 360 via HDMI to receiver PS3 via optical to receiver & HDMI to 3DTV (because when you're watching things in 3D it won't play HD audio) PC with XFX HD 7970 via HDMI to receiver Sky HD to receiver via optical (5.1 only works with optical to my knowledge) and via HDMI to TV. So I have plugged currently "into" the new HDMI switcher box: (1) HDMI from my cable box (2) HDMI from my dvd (3) HDMI from a "Smart" TV internet box (my TV is not a "smart TV" so this box lets me connect my TV to the Internet) Then for TV sound The switcher box I am using, gives you choices of three different types/choices of separate audio outputs to plug into your sound system/sound bar/amplifier/surround sound/BOSE Solo: (a) digital coax audio (b) digital optical audio (c) older analog red/white RCA audio So I have my audio going from the new HDMI switcher box to a separate audio system (could be any receiver/external speakers/home theater/surround sound/whatever).You'll know before you date and meet people, if you should even meet for a cup of coffee!!
I planned on purchasing a surround sound system to go with it.
The problem is that the tv I purchased does not have any audio out ports whatsoever. I thought of two solutions already but do not know if they will work.
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Anything not plugged directly into the TV via HDMI gets put to the TV through the receivers HDMI output - meaning that all the sound goes to the receiver then the picture gets put through via the receiver so you've always got surround sound on. The Blu-ray player would only give you the 5.1 from it if it was a built in Blu-ray/surround sound set up, unless you found one with more than 1 input, but again, I still think receivers are better. I have a brand new Samsung 55" with ZERO audio out ports. For sound, I personally hook into a BOSE Solo system using the Digital COAX audio cable. Digital audio cables are meant to transmit a sophisticated high definition audio signal between your audio source component and a component to "play" the sound into your room.
If your TV doesn't have an audio out via HDMI or optical then it wouldn't matter if you got any adapters I think, because it wouldn't put sound through it anyway. I solved it with an 4 x 1 HDMI switcher box that has a SEPARATE audio out feature (either digital coax/digital optical/or red/white analog outputs). I chose the BOSE unit because I wanted to control our sound volume with a remote. The older analog audio cables did the same thing, but they use TWO wires and the sound is nowhere close to as sophisticated.
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