To set up a digital optical connection: With the devices turned off, connect one end of the digital optical cable to the soundbar. Plug the other end of the cable to your projector. Turn the devices on, and switch the projector to the digital optical channel.
How do I get sound from my projector to my soundbar?
Connect an HDMI cable to an HDMI or HDMI ARC output on your projector. Connect the other end to an HDMI or HDMI ARC input on your soundbar. Connect a media input device, like a streaming device, laptop, or Blu-ray player to your projector. Turn your devices on.
Is optical out the same as audio out?
A digital audio out refers to an audio output on a TV, Blu-ray player, game console – or any other AV device that creates sound. This output will send stereo or 5.1 surround sound audio to an amplifier, home theater system or soundbar. There are two main types of digital audio out – optical and coaxial.
How do I get sound out of my projector?
- Power off all the equipment and plan the arrangement.
- Connect the speakers to the projector’s audio port (a 3.5mm jack, a set of RCA jacks, or Bluetooth)
- Connect the speakers using the audio cable, or by Bluetooth pairing.
- Power on and test.