I have the KS3102, and more than 1 time, my audio input 2 has dropped out, with no sound coming out. I run my satellite radio through this auxillary input. Does anyone know the code, or how to fix this problem? DVD, and CD playback work fine.
Hey I have the same home theater and experience the same audio problem from time to time. What you have to do is use the menu button on the remote and select all the speakers again. For some reason this home theater just turns off the speakers randomly from time to time.
Now I'm experiencing problems with video not displaying on different inputs. I'm getting a new home theater, I think this one has had it.
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Try this, although recivers have video pass through, it is not the best option for video to your monitor. Depending on what you have for input/output on your TV/monitor, and, if you can, you should run all your video components directly to TV via(best)HDMI(video and sound) or, component and digital optical(best) or RCA, Then run digital optical out from you TV out to receiver in. You can use your monitors menu to chosse what you view and only have the onr input to you reciever. ASll you have to do then is go through you recievers menu to get the audio. Less connections less hassle. In other words, you would run your sat tuner to tv inputsat or cable, then dvd to dvd, PS3 to video 1 etc., on TV/monitor, then the single audio output to reciever. Dave
hi, did u mean connecting the sound bar to ur tv. u didn't mentioned the model number of ur sound bar. any how ur tv has only coaxial digital audio out. no analog audio out. the sound bar may have one digital audio input (optical digital input) and 2 analog inputs. if it has coaxial input it may be very easy.find is there, if not u cant link these devices. if u are using a satellitereceiver then u can connect the optical audio out to ur sound bar's optical input or the analog audio output to any one of the analog audio input. ok
on back of burner you will see video and audio output jacks red and white are audio yellow is video make sure they say out on them ,connect them to video input and audio input corresponding colors on rear or side of television,, and assuming that you have satellite or cable you will take the audio and video cables on output of the cable or satellite reciever and connect them to audio and video in on disk burner then whichever input you set the disk burner on you set that input on your television example video 1 2 3 hope this helped
Get the audio from the same place the TV does - your cable/satellite box. It will have an RCA Audio Out pair. Run it to any available input such as CD, Tape 1 In, Tape 2 In, Video 1 or Video 2 In.
If you're already using that output to theTV just get a pair of RCA cable splitters and share it with the receiver. That way you can watch TV and listen through its own speakers (news and such) or turn the TV volume down and select the input on the receiver for better audio.
What you DON'T want to do is actually run audio through your TV and its questionable audio electronics into your hi-fidelity receiver.
There should be a HDMI input on the Sharp Aquos with audio inputs next to it. Run a audio cable from the audio out of the satellite box to that audio in next to the HDMI input.
I hope this helps,
You probably have the av inputs set to digital instead of analog. The easiest way to fix this is to turn the theater system on, turn it to one of the the inputs, then hit menu on the remote. You will cycle through some options with the right arrow until you get to "input", which will offer av 1 and av 2, you can select either one with the ok button. then you will get some more options, analog - optical - coaxial, the first one that shows up is the one you've got currently selected. unless you're using one of the other audio input formats, the system should most likely be set to analog. You will probably need to do this with both inputs.
You have to do this every time the system loses power in my experience.
That is because you didn't have the audio input connection right. 1. HDMI cable going from the Samsung tx72 output to Your Samsung TV HDMI input 2. 2. Non HD directv box Left and right audio output should be connected directly to the Samsung DVD receiver under Satellite input.Select"Satellite"for the sound from your Samsung tx72.You are good to go! Joe
What I did was turn on the system, don't put in any dvd in, or select an output 1 or 2. Press Menu on the remote, the display on the system display, not on tv should show Speaker, and other options. Select Input, select the one you want to use as the Optical Sound by press enter, then it will ask you on the system display input or optical sound input. Select optical input and press enter it will then say saved. You can then hit exit til goes back to where the display is back on main screen, or just wait til it exit by itself.
I think I have had the same problem. It seems like the system resets itself randomly. I think if you first turn it on in AV-1 or AV-2 mode, then hit the menu button on the remote, then scroll to ihe 'input'option, hit that then pick 'digital'. Do this for both AV-1&2. UI hope this fixes your problem!