Audio Anywhere 685 en de fr es it nl (PDF 0.28 MB)
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Please note the following:
Make sure that the coaxial or TOSLINK cable is connected properly, the correct input is selected on your audio system and the volume of your audio system is set to the desired level.
In order to hear sound or music, connect the receiver to an amplifier with separate (built-in) speakers or so-called active speakers (with built-in amplifier). You cannot connect passive speakers directly to the receiver.
Your TV needs more time to build up the image than to play the sound. The sound coming from your TV will therefore be played with a slight delay, to allow video and audio to be in sync.
For best results, connect the Audio Anywhere transmitter to your TV's audio output, instead of your set-top box or satellite receiver's audio output.
Yes you can. But the connection is only used for powering your Audio Anywhere 625. The transmitter/receiver then switches on and off automatically in line with the amplifier or TV (auto power on).
No. You may, for example, use the coaxial connector on the transmitter, and the TOSLINK connector on the receiver.
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