This video shows how to set up your home theater! We started !! The first thing we do look at the connections you have your TV, because it depends on what you have, we use the one that suits us. The connections will be divided into two groups, analog and digital. Within Analog, headphone connection would have a tideland and Scart output, if carries all pins, also it makes sound output. Would in digital coaxial, optics and HDMI. We know that for signals 5.1 and 6.1 until the optical connection used. Coaxial only up to 5.1. From Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio, always put the HDMI connection. The cable supports better signal quality is currently the HDMI but not always the most comfortable, the end of the video I will tell you why. Come to the amplifier If you think you’ll be able to configure your home cinema only to watch our video, you are very wrong so take the hand press pause and wait for you here. Look at the connections that brings and functions available That this will be a key factor to consider the connection will be made between the amplifier and television. As for digital connections have HDMI, optical connection and coaxial connection. And analog can bring a multichannel input for devices that supply and signal such as the sound card of a PC, a DVD or a decoder. For speaker connections or in the manual or on the rasera of the amplifier It indicates the polarity and the corresponding speaker. Left, right, center left rear, right rear, and as for systems 7.1 and 9.1 you have to consult the manual to view the position that assigns the name the subwoofer It is the only speaker not fed from the amplifier output. It feeds from a previous output Decent subwoofer, always tend to be active, that means carrying the built-in amplification. Also in this type of high-end amplifiers, It is not a dedicated subwoofer channel amplification. Now comes the most tedious, which is the computer configuration, This is a general guide, so everyone should look instruction manual for the procedure for your make and model. If the amplifier is not very low end, you have to take a setup wizard In which you’ll ask the speakers are connected The size you are, the range, if they are full or partial range, ie if you have speakers bass or treble or only part of the treble It depends on the team will ask the distance is from the listening point to the speaker. Yes, of each speaker. If the amplifier is low-end, you’ll have to get them into the hands are tedious parameters that there is no way to skip another thing is that you have an amplifier that brings an automatic adjustment. This is fucking great, since you plug the microphone you put it in the listening position, you give it starts setting, He asks you to confirm two or three things, and automatically leaves you perfectly configured system Again, to see how this is done in your model, you have to look at the manual. You see, connections and possibilities They are very diverse, before I commented HDMI is the most practical connection This television extracts the audio signal from any source that is connected, through optical output It is much more convenient to plug all sources to television and only when you want to hear the home cinema, turn it on. Since in one sound signal input It’s all full television. Much more comfortable to pass HDMI signals through the amplifier and then to television. Why? There are currently amplifiers that allow the signal to pass without having to be on but many models do not, and need to be turned on. Although at the time you want to have the Home Cinema not working. For me it is more practical to plug all sources to television and hence the amplifier with an optical or coaxial cable. Things change if you’ve set up a good system 7.1 or 9.1 Then you have to use the amplifier for all All signals go out there Get used to using his command for source selection you want to send to television. If you had not listened to a Home Cinema set up properly the difference is very large, and the experience is immersive. And nothing else, if you liked the video click LIKE and subscribe. I stared me the film.