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Re: picture but no sound.
What about in the menu,,most the newer tvs have got were you can turn the speakers off,, or if there a digital dts plug on the back,, the menu could be switched to digital instead of analog,, good luck
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I think you have to fear the video part is defect.
If you have different inputs, check if all inputs are not giving pictures, because it could be a bad connection on one of your cables.
Before panicking switch off everything, check all cables and than switch on again. Check different inputs like cable TV and DVD and or HD recorder.
The RCA component cable set u are using have problems, damage the Audio connections input RCA AV connections RED WHITE cable probably have shorted out.Go to Radio Shack buy new set of RCA component cable for the replacement.
Are you running an input device to the tv? Or is this an internal tuner? If you're running an input device like a cable box or satellite receiver, check your cables. 90% of the time it's a bad input cable. Try a different cable and a different input. Be sure you inputs are correctly inserted to the corresponding jack, as well.
If it's an internal tuner, switch through all the channels to confirm that you are getting sound only and no video. You may want to contact your cable service provider unless you can confirm it works on seperate tv's in the home. If this is the case, your tuner is malfunctioning.
If it's the first time using your PS3, use the composite cables that came with it. Turn on the PS3 go to video settings and switch the input to HDMI. After you've switched to HDMI, turn the PS3 off and connect your HDMI cable, go back to video settings and change the resolution to 1080p. If this isn't the first time you've used HDMI for your PS3, make sure your T.V. is on the correct input. If the T.V. is on the correct input, try switching the HDMI cable to a different input. If that doesn't work try using a different HDMI cable, testing different HDMI connections if you're still getting the black screen. If none of those work then it's probably a problem with the PS3, but just to make sure try plugging something else with HDMI to see if that works. If another HDMI device works, then it's your PS3, if it doesn't then it could be a problem with your HDMI connections on the T.V.
On your jack panel in the rear of the set you should have a location saying Audio Out. They will be Red and White. Plug your RCA cable into those, then plug the other end into your surround sound system under Aux Input, some say TV input. Then switch your stereo to that particular mode and your all done.
Cable boxes or satellite receivers typically only come with audio/video output, RF output, and component output. You need an upgraded one which has the Hdmi output jack. The upgraded box will cost you a service fee around $5-10 a month, so if you don't want to pay to receive the 1080p service you can receive 720p by using the component video output leads from your cable box.
The quality is almost as good. The only difference will be that you won't be able to receive the hi-def channels that the cable company offers.
often people make the mistake of hooking their devices to the tv using more than one input. a cable box for example may have many different types of outputs but you are only going to use one to the tv (preferrably the highest quality connection). try switching the inputs on the tv to see if you get the same picture on two different inputs. If using s-video, you will also need a red & white RCA cable for audio. The order of video cable quality from lowest to highest is this: Coax(screw on), Composite(yellow,red,white), S-video(Round)+(red,white), Component(video=red,green,blue), HDMI(carries HD video & sound)