Question about Televison & Video
I have a 58" Sony projection screen tv. Some of the channels do not have sound. Channel 31 does not have sound but channel 30 and 32 do. The tv in my bedroom gets sound on channel 31 so i figure its not the cable it has to be the tv. All together i have about five channels with no sound. What is that? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone knows what to do.
SOURCE: no sound on just one channel
Do you have another TV in house that works with this channel correctly? Do you have a VCR (or VCR/DVD combo) that you can use to tune to this channel? I'm wondering if your tuner is going bad on this one channel. Do you have SAP (Second Audio Program) turned on? You may want to turn it on and then check channel for sound. I'm assuming that you're getting your cable feed thru coax and not composite (red & white audio). If you are using composite, try switching the red & white inputs to see if sound comes in. It's possible that cable company is only outputting audio on left or right channel and something is wrong either with one of your TV's speakers or with the cable company's output.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
SOURCE: doesn't get all cable channels
With the menu set to cable signals, the autoprogram should catch all of the cable channels. The Cable Channel option allows you to use either channel 3 or 4 as the "cable" channel. This is when you have an external box that you use to tune in cable rather than the TV directly. The easiest way here is to autoprogram the TV while playing a VCR tape. That will insure that channel 3 is included.
Does the autoprogram fail?
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
is the channel flipping always happening at set intervals? Or, just randomly? Try replacing the batteries in the remote. If that doesn't work, start looking for other sources of IR(infrared). In some rare cases, direct sunlight on the TV will get it to do strange things.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Hi...the HT-R800 Home Theater system has the HT-R550 receiver which could only carry Video via HDMI. you would need to connect a separate audio cale(Optical Audio Cable) to be able to get audio out of the PS3 to the receiver. Once you have hooked up an Optical Audio Cable you would need to go in the PS3 setup and putin Bitstream and Optical in the Audio Setup menu.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
The SAP feature has been turned on. Look for a button that says SAP or go thru the audio menu and turn it off.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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