I ALSO HAVE A SANSUI HDLCD-2600 TV HOOKED UP TO A IWDVD-100 DVD PLAYER. WHEN I PLAY A DVD I GET NO SOUND. AT FIRST I WOULD GET BACKGROUND SOUND BUT NO SOUND OF THE ACTORS WHEN THEY SPEAK. NOW NO SOUND AT ALL.
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Re: NO SOUND FROM DVD
Hi. It is possible that your DVD Player's sound is set to prologic or surround and not stereo. If you use audio out from the DVD Player straight to TV then your setting on output should be set to Stereo.
Hope this helps. Regards, JUS004
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Lets start at connections. What is your cable source? Do you have a converter or cable box connected to your TV?
YES : You must have two connections, so you will need to run a second coax cable from the wall. This can be a $10 fix and a 15 min hook up. (Ask if needed). You will also have to be using your TV through caox inputs (TV Source on TV)
NO: You will need a second line ran and hooked up to your TV input. (Ask If need specific hookup on model)
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First go into the setup menu of your DVD player and make sure "subtitles" are turned off.
Next, put a DVD into the player and when it gets to the menu, go into the audio setup.
If subtitles are turned on, turn them off. If subtitles are turned off, turn them on and exit the menu, then go back into the menu and turn them off again. I've seen this reset this same problem on some DVD players.