My tv has a perfect picture but ther's no sound from the tv speakers at all. However the sound works on the dvd and the video. What could be the problem?The tv speakers are on on the menu. Have you got any other solution?
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Re: perfect picture but no sound
More than likely the problem is the audio is set in the SAP (Second Audio Program) mode.
You can search the audio section of the menu, usually in the MTS part of it. There might be a button on the remote (which usually causes this problem) labeled MTS or audio that can be used to adjust the audio.
It could be that the tuner is bad. Using a cable box or VCR into an input would allow you to use the audio.
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Check whether the balance control is settings. Go to the audio menu to both TV and DVD player; and make sure that it is set to Centre position; to both the devices. Still there is no audio with one channel, check it with an other know good disc. Still you can't get sound from one channel, the audio output section to the TV circuit should be checked. Contact any service technician.
Check the speaker/s first. If found OK; check and replace the damaged component/s at its audio output section circuit board. If needy, replace this board as card basis. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
i also have this tv.same problem too.i bought two multimedia bose speakers for 100$. they are actually designed for a laptop but trust me....they are better than most so called surround sound speakers designed for tv's.these tv's are not known for their built in speakers.
Is it connected to a stereo or are you using hdmi? The reason I ask is that sometimes when there is no sound it could be due to a loose cable particularly when it comes to using optical cables. Have you tried unplugging all your external sound equipment including cable / satellite tv leaving the tv unit free from any external sources? If it then does not work (and the mute button is not on) then it is definately an issue with the tv. More often than not it is due to old cables or a loose cable. If the tv works then add in each extra thing like dvd player one at a time. If the sound goes you know it is the cable for that particular item etc.
Have you try to play with a DVD or other source beside cable? Did you check the TV speaker is on or in mute mode? Try to get TV back to factory reset.
If does not help, check the TV speakers by plug in an AV source.
Lastly, replace the main board.
you are having problem on your tv with your tv sound ic this can be located ion the sound circuit just where the speaker is hooked up inside the set if you are not a tech have one repair your tv good luck
I don't know how you connect the unit to the tv. Let's just start on basic: composite video/audio(yellow-video, white/red-audio) connect to TV composite video/audio input behind the TV. If the audio works but no picture,try to use another video input behind the tv.if that still doesn't work,use a different video cable! Good luck!
go to the audio menu setup then find the sub menu speaker after that you will see some command indicates if you want to on or off the speaker, choose the on command to be able to hear the sound in your television from your dvd player.