The TV is up about 7 feet high and uses its own speakers for the sound - the red and white things in the back are not even used - thier is only one major plug besides the power that is connected to the cable box. It is warranty but I have to wait two weeks for them to come and fix it.
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Other than to make use of the L/R (white/red) AUDIO OUT and connect to another amplifier/speaker, the only recourse is to open the unit which would void warranty. I am afraid, there is no other option. Sorry.
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check the back of your tv for red and a white audio output jacks, and with rca connector cables, connect them to an input jacks (again, red and white) on back of reciever marked tv, (if you have one of those)
To add an exterior speaker to Sony KV-13M10, you have to have an AMPLIFIER.
At the back of your TV you will be able to see 3 RCA output namely = VHF/UHF, Audio and Video.
Use an RCA cable and connect to the Audio output.
At the back of your amplifier, connect the other end of the RCA cable to an RCA input labeled Audio - L (left, usually in white color).
Your speaker should be connected to your amplifier labeled output or audio out. The connection type depends on the make and model of your amplifier. The speaker wires usually come in red and black color. red goes to red, black goes to white.
A simple diagram will look like this:
TV audio out -------------> amplifier audio in (left, white color)
amplifier audio out (left, white color) -----------> speaker (black wire)
amplifier audio out (right, red color) ------------> speaker (red wire)
Check High voltage Block.After replacing ic's (STK convergence ic's) you need to adjust Black&White scale.Turn ALL screen adjustments to min.Turn TV on and adjust screen slowly for each gun (I would start with Red first ) when you came to point that you see red background with white lines across, at that point G2 is too high (that will cause TV to shut down,don't worry just lowered adjustment and turn tv back on) so adjust to proper voltage and do the same for each gun.After that, adjust focus for each gun (again all controls are on High Voltage Block and HVB is mounted on front of your tv after you take speaker gril out) black box with 6 controls' screen RGB, focus RGB .
You should do that in dark room in order to get perfect Black&White scale,when all guns are adjusted properly you will see grey picture.Make sure 'Color" adjustment on your display is down to 0. Another step is convergence adjustment ,Flash Focus etc.If TV stil shuts off after all, your Red picture tube is short inside,take crt pcb from tube,make sure TV is unpluged from power before that, and turn Tv on .If stays On tube need replacment...good luck)
Sounds like you are using RCA jack cables and have the sound cable plugged into the wrong spot? Are you using red white and yellow cables? If so check to make sure that the red and white are in the right and left speaker output area on the back of your television. No you dont have to purchase speakers for your tv to have sound. But there may be a switch to flip to go from internal to external speakers. Check the back of the tv to make sure it is not accidentally swtiched to external.
Three things can cause this:
1) not all HD is recorded in surround sound. You can very well watch an HD program that just has Left/Right stereo audio. Tombstone on bluray is even only in Dolby 2.0
2) wrong connection is used. If you only use red/white analog stereo cables you will only get sound out of the left/right mains.
3) setting on the cable box is set to stereo and not surround. Changing this varies by cable box manufacturer.
Please unplug TV from AC wall socket for couple of minutes, replug back in and turn it On and check sound. If problem still exist, check internal speakers are enable / ON in Menu. If speakers are ON and yet no sound, then need to check sound at Audio Out jacks at back of TV, hook audio cable (white-red rca pins) in audio out jack in TV and receiver/ amplifier to get TV sound in receiver/ amplifier speakers. This is a test/ check and you can use it to get TV sound through receiver speakers. And if still no sound in audio out jacks in TV then TV needs main board replacement. Check with local TV repair shop for that. Thanks.
The red is the reflection of your flash on the retinas of your subjects. The white are generally animal eyes reflecting back.
You will notice this on flash shots only and mostly when you use the zoom. The zoom uses a "narrow" field of view so the light that reflects back is "direct", instrad of at an angle.
The fix: Change the ISO setting (it is set too high). It is probably near the maximum sensitivity (3200?)... set it to 400 or so and try that for a while. 800 is probably the best general setting, but try 400 first.
Try not to use the flash unless you really have to, but only if the subject is less than 12 feet away. If no people are in the picture, you may use the flash for subjects greater than 12 feet.
your tv might have aux out on the back, I would use that first.
IF NOT, then you will need to use the cable box.Insert the red and white plugs at the other end of
this cable into the AUDIO IN TV or cable box connectors on the
Be sure to match red to red and white to white. 3.Use your TV remote control to turn the TV speakers
down to minimum volume.
This prevents the echo effect of audio playing
through both the TV speakers and your 3•2•1®
You can connect the RCA plugs to the speakers. But, as for using the red/white Audio outputs you may need an amplifier, those connections are used when going into a dvd or vcr that boosts the signal in their own environment. If you have a connection for headphones on the TV you might have better luck there for the speakers.