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No audio on one channel

I have no audio on a single HD channel with the cable card but it's there when we put a HD box on it. The analog channel has audio as well as the standard def digital channel. We tried a new cable card, same problem.

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I've seen simmilar problems with the toshiba cable card compatability.. however we could never solve (replacing all parts,etc). It is either the tuner of the television malfunctioning at a very specific frequency, a very specific interference, or a programming/software issue between toshiba and cable provider. The first is repairable with parts, the second two are not good. With either you'd have to keep complaining to the manufacturer and cable company, both of which will likely get you now where. They make more $ on that cable box..

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Why my jvc television hd61z456 not showing in high definition


What is the signal source that you are watching on your HD61Z456?
The problem you describe usually happens when you aren't using an HD source or have downgraded the signal by the composite input on your TV. (Composite cables only support 480i SD signals.)

You will only see 720p HD content from HD sources, if you use HD compatible inputs. Some OTA channels are also broadcast as only analog signals (usually the -2 and higher sub-channels). If you have cable or satellite, make sure that you have the HD programming and have tuned to the HD version of the channel.

The HDMI and component inputs both support HD signals.

I hope this helps. If you are watching an HD source and the problem persists, I recommend trying new video cables. Next, check if you are getting interference from your devices by using a cable with a Ferrite core. See http://www.monoprice.com/Category?c_id=102&cp_id=10240 for HDMI cables with Ferrite cores. The cores help block interference. If you have very long cable runs, check the behavior with shorter cables between the source and the TV.

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(I am assuming you aren't using an SD set top box (VCR, older cable box, low end digital-to-analog converter).)

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I' attempting to connect my hd cable box to my hd projection tv. i'm confused on where to connect component cable to tv. i haven't a clue what i'm doing or where to begin. i have the cable connected to the...


Please post the Brand/Model of you cable box and that of your TV so I can provide you with an answer that is more accurate than a guess.
The guess is, since we are talking about HD I will assume that your cable box has an HDMI connector and you have also an HDTV with HDMI connector somewhere in the back. In that case you will need an HDMI cable and that will connect both Audio and Video signal. Then you just set your input source selector on your HDTV to HDMI (if multiple select the number of the one where you connected the cable box), and you should be getting picture and sound.
Now, if your HDTV has no HDMI input then it will be very likely that you will have to use a Component cable that is ONLY for the "video" signal and looks like 3 RCA connectors color coded as Red, Blue, and Green. You will need to get and additional cable to feed the "audio" signal from the cable box to the HDTV using a stereo cable with RCA connectors which are usually color coded as RED and WHITE.
Note: This setup although better than nothing, is somewhat defying the purpose of having HD. The signal in Component connections are analog (although of better quality than Composite i.e. the old single video cable color coded as Yellow). The analog signal is limited by design and will get you only so far in your HD experience. The HD signal is digital and will yield the highest quality in both audio and video.
Assuming you are paying extra for channels that are HD then it would be worth it to do some more research or ask for help to one of your savviest friends so you can get the best gear and results with the least expense ;)
In all cases you should be able to see the programs and hear in stereo, your experience will vary as: - Your video signal may be a 480p instead of getting a higher 720p or 1080i. - your audio signal although some movies are available in 5.1 surround, not having a surround system will just give you the stereo sound from the TV.
Either way is your call how you want to experience your media... if you like to read more on the subject a quick start could be the TV glossary at crutchfield for instance:
http://www.crutchfield.com/Learn/learningcenter/home/tv_glossary.html
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Yes, there are several ways to hook up your HDMI to your TV but first, we need to understand that HDMI carries both audio and video signals though a single cable in digital form.

I am assuming you want to connect a device such as a digital cable box, Blu Ray or HD DVD player with an HDMI output to your TV. Since your TV has both digital (DVI) and analog (S-Video, component, etc) inputs, my suggestion would be to get and HDMI to DVI adapter (about $20 at buy.com) for your video and for your audio, use any RCA audio cable (I use the one from the Dollar Store). This would give you the best video resolution from your source device.

My next suggested solution would be to get an HDMI to component video + audio cable (< $10 at eBay for a 6' length) for a single-cable fix. Again component video carries analog signals so the DVI could be a better viewing experience but because the cost of the cables are minimal, I would try both solutions to see which fix would give you the better picture.

Note that since the audio is being run though RCA connectors in both instances, the digital Dolby, 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound tracks in high definition sources will not be reproduced if you connect your TV's audio-out to your audio receiver. To get the best audio, I would connect the HDMI device's digital out (optical, coaxial, etc) directly to the receiver.

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No digital channels


This TV is not able to understand digital channels because its tuner is not able to find that band, it works only in analog channels. To be able to get HD channels is needed a decoder box that has digital tuner build in. for a tv to understand HD Channels with analog tuner is to us to try to speak at the same time different languages.

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Get closed captions on some channels, but not all, even though it is CC


RCA have choices for different methods of CC in user CC menu. Labelled T1, T2, etc. . Different selections are for different types of close caption. Tune to a signal (on your other TV) that has closed caption working.

Tune your RCA to the same signal. Change the T1,T2, etc settings until the closed caption for your signal appears.

If this doesn't work, try connecting analog video or VHF channel 3 (or other specified channel) to the TV. check CC. When TV stations, sat channels, sat receivers, cable boxes etc, convert analog video signals to HD, problems can result. Some equipment causes RCA TVs to do unexpected things with sound and closed caption.

If you use RF or video output, old analog video may look better on CH3 or video than on HD input and the CC will work more consistently. Watch HD signals on HD input, Analog signals on Video in or through the TV tuner . Many HD channels and programs are converted analog video and look poor on TV HD inputs.


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If this is similar to what you have and you don't care about the channel/current program on screen display that appears for several seconds before the channel selection completes, perhaps the cable co. can adjust your box to supress this display if it will speed up the channel selection.

There is another annoying problem with this box. If you have a fraction of a second ac power interruption which might not even cause your computer to reboot, the cable box goes into a reinitialization that could take 5 minutes or longer. In my opinion, it is not worth the $6.50 per month charge we will receive when the year is up.

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