Question about Pioneer 1000 Watt 5.1 Surround Sound System System
"Component" cable refers to the 3-wire hi-def video connection. It's irrelevant to audio.
Assuming you get all your TV programming through a cable box...
The TV wouldn't actually be a source of audio.
I would advise you to route the Cable Box's BEST DIGITAL audio directly to the Pioneer model number ????? (which would be helpful to know for this conversation).
Run the cable box's normal analog audio to the TV so you can watch it without the Pioneer turned on.
And route the best Cable Video (HDMI, Component?) directly to the TV. Unnecessary paths through the receiver can degrade the signal.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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