Question about JVC LT Televison & Video
Great picture but no output sound form internal speakers
OK i would check the obvious first. Check your controls to make sure the speakers are turned on. The next thing I would check is your speakers you would have to take them out and inspect them physically and if you can take the out and plug them into a receiver or something that has oudio out. If all that is good then You signal board migh be bad.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I checked on Pioneer's site and couldn't find literature for this model, but did find the product information sheet for a model PDP-614MX. It may be similar, but no promises. This model has no audio output available, but does accept several audio inputs. It shows speaker terminals on the bottom and claims a 9-watt output for each channel. Speakers that mounted on the sides were available as an option.
This monster was originally designed for professional use (stores and such) as strictly an output display device. Probably the best solution would be to use this to display the video, and run the audio output from the source (DVD, satellite receiver, etc.) to a separate amplifier to drive your speakers.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: When I use the headphone output jack (to drive a powered subwoofer), the default internal speaker audio output is disabled, leaving me with only the subwoofer output. How can I use both the internal
Your best option is to use a seperate amp with sub output from the audio outputs on the back of your TV. use this amp to power the sub and a good pair of speakers, and you'll have quality sound.
It is possible to prevent the TV's internal speakers from cutting when you use the headphone socket, but it means going inside your TV, and if your not skilled, you can easily blow your TV (and yourself) up. You just need to re-wire the headphone socket on the TV to stop it cutting the internal spaekers.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
I don't know if you have the owner manual for this T.V. or not but if you need one you can download a manual at www.devicemanuals.com/guide/Television/ Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
I have just been given one of these, it not a TV, it is a monitor, and so does not have a TV tuner or a scart (it was made for professional use).
You need to plug it in to a DVD player/Freeview/Sky box using alternative means to a scart lead. You can do this by using a scart to 3 BNC lead and plugging this in where it says 'Component/RGB B'. This carries the picture, but not the sound. To get the sound you will need to plug a twin phono lead into the red and white audio plugs.
Alternatively, you can use the 'Video in' yellow socket to connect to connect to a DVD etc. The guy did this in Maplin's and it seemed to work.
JVC professional were really helpful on the phone, ask for their technical department, they can also email you the manual.
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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