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Hooking up external sound

I have a zenith c34w37 tv. I have a external amplifier with 4 speakers hooked up to it. I have 2 cable tv inputs on the TV, 1 is through the cable box, 1 is without the cable box, which allows me to get some digital and hd channels. when I watch through the cable box input, my external sound works fine, when I go with the direct cable input for hd or digital I get no sound at all from the external source. I have tried both my external amplifier and my stereo system, neither work. I am using the standard variable output jacks from the TV

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mediarich
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SOURCE: Zenith SR2075DT 1995 TV

In your on screen menu have you gone to set up? Here you would select cable and not off air and then do an automatich channelprogramming. I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Zenith 27" HDTV second antenna input not accessible on TV/remote

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Pls verify if your particular model/versions has a PIP feature. To my understanding, the 2nd Antenna/Cable IN goes to a 2nd tuner that is primarily used for the PIP (picture in picture) mode. This mode would allow you to watch simultaneously 2 different TV channels.

Pls post back. Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Concierge by Zenith Input Problems.

I had the same tv at my motel and wanted to hook up my Wii. Turning to Channel 999 worked.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

mikeywaf
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SOURCE: Zenith C27A24T 27" TV does

Greetings - You need to have you DVD player hooked up to the video inputs - See below. Don't mind the mouse scratch out lines. The Device on the right represents your DVD player.

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You then have to choose video as your source on the TV (not channel 3 or 4) using your remote - see below.
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You should be good to go.

Enjoy your movies,

Mikeywaf




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