Various Inputs The SU-C700 supports a wide range of inputs, such as SPDIF, Analog and Phono, as well as USB-DAC for connection of a PC. The digital input terminal supports coaxial 192-kHz/24-bit PCM and optical 96-kHz/24-bit. Bottom line: Focus on speakers, focus on the cartridge, even, perhaps, focus on a good turntable that does not add excessive artifacts such as rumble, wow, and flutter — and that handles the stylus & cartridge that protects the single largest investment, vinyl, as well as possible. Set the digital audio output setting on the HDTV to ‘PCM’. I know, you aren’t using a digital connection (yet), but just for kicks see if that helps. [quote=»spiceyokooko»]Hi AndyYou’ve certainly got a good place to start from.
The SU-C700 converts analog signals to high-precision 192-kHz/24-bit PCM signals using the A/D converter. The result is a more detailed and dynamic sound. The digital input supports coaxial 192-kHz/24-bit PCM and optical 96-kHz/24-bit.
The full-digital system achieves high-purity reproduction from any content. Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse — 24L4200U. Collapse — They might be defective, or… …the horrible manual I read online @ Toshiba is just FUBAR.Normally, with HDTVs you have to toggle between audio modes to get the sound output correct. The result is a sound with better focus, spaciousness and definition.