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Old 09-05-2012, 11:01 PM   #31
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HDMI in most DVD systems is just one way, from the DVD to the TV. The "red,blue,green,white and red" your talking about is also like the HDMI in so far as it is one way from the DVD to the TV.

When watching regular TV in surround sound mode, the audio signal needs to go from the TV to the DVD/surround system. Like herks pic, you will need the red+white RCA cable from the audio "out" on the TV, to the red+white audio "in" on the back of the DVD player.

Like herk also said if you only have Digital Audio "out" on your TV you will need a converter. I would be surprised if that were the case...
I was ahead of myself:"ARC and HEC
HDMI 1.4 introduces two features called ARC (Audio Return Channel) and HEC (HDMI Ethernet Channel).[81][82][116] These features use two pins from the connector: a previously unused pin and the hot plug detect pin.[116]
ARC is an audio link meant to replace other cables between the TV and the A/V receiver or speaker system.[81] This direction is used when the TV is the one that generates or receives the video stream instead of the other equipment.[81] A typical case is the reception of ATSC or DVB signals by a TV, but reproduction of audio is handled by the other equipment.[81] Without ARC, the audio output from the TV needs to be routed by another cable, typically TOS-Link or coax, into the speaker system.[81]
HEC provides a bidirectional Ethernet communication at 100 Mbit/s.[82] It also goes by the name HEAC (HDMI, Ethernet, Audio, Control).[116]
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:10 PM   #32
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Nice. By the time this hit main stream everything will be WiFi or that new WiMAX...
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:21 PM   #33
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K got the audio to work. Yayyyy!!! I plugged a whte/red RCA jack with the headphone 3.5mm jack in and it works. Now I gotta figure out why I lost color on the DVD side. Lol. What fun this is.
Glad you got it to work, Konka's web site sux. Never could find a manual for your TV.

Now what's going on with your DVD?
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Old 09-06-2012, 06:52 AM   #34
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Well now the color is b/w and fuzzy. I am going to check al the wiring and make sure that I didn't unplug something by mistake. But excited that now I can hear the tv over the a/c. Yay!
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Ok checked all the lines and found the problem. Now I have sound like never before. It's awesome. Thanks for all yalls help.
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:52 PM   #36
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I've got a similar problem with my new Puma 25RS. My Konka TV has the RCA audio out connectors and the Genisis 2 manual shows inputs, but I can't get to them, there's no obvious access to the rear of the radio, and I can't figure how to get the face plate off.
Is there something I'm missing?
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:32 PM   #37
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I've got a similar problem with my new Puma 25RS. My Konka TV has the RCA audio out connectors and the Genisis 2 manual shows inputs, but I can't get to them, there's no obvious access to the rear of the radio, and I can't figure how to get the face plate off.
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This optional plate (available if you contact Concertone) will route the RCA inputs to the front.

There are slots in the top and bottom of the face plate that need to be pressed in carefully to release the face plate. The mounting screws are under the plate.
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We have the same TV in our Puma. We have 4 white outlet covers, one is 110 volt, one is coax cable and satellite. another one is video out from dvd to tv, and the last on is sound and video in with a lot of rca jacks. From the factory the sound from the tv is a two rca on one end red and white goes to the last outlet. Other end of the cable looks like a headphone jack and it plugs into the left side of the konka tv not on the back and also make sure switch is in the correct position on the rca input panel. Hope this helps I can take pictures tomorrow if you need me to.
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herk7769, Many thanks for the information I'll check with them tomorrow.

drc343, Thanks, photos would be very helpful.

I'm glad someone is still watching this thread!
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