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peltier_cooler's avatar peltier_cooler said

Regarding your answer:

I tried this, and I am happy to report that solder does in fact stick to the plug (I had feared it would not), and that it was relatively easy to apply. I even filed off what I thought was excess easily, and inserted it…only to find that I had badly underestimated how much I had applied, and wrecked the socket pretty badly.

I’m not sure how I will fix this. Still, it was an excellent idea, which just needs a more competant technician.

August 3rd, 2009

thrice2k3's avatar thrice2k3 said

Regarding your answer:

Was thinking application programming… and considering Java and or C Sharp… any better suggestions?

Btw, thanks for the help… really useful answer!

July 28th, 2009

dpworkin's avatar dpworkin said

Regarding your answer:
Hey, thanks so much. I forget that Google is my friend. Your link to the manual did the trick.

July 28th, 2009

dpworkin's avatar dpworkin said

I know the input side is Toslink. The output side on the TV looks proprietary which is why I specified the make and model. (Or maybe its just a fancy cover, and I don’t know how to get it off?)

July 28th, 2009