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Re: no sound when using the TV
1- Find the two audio out female RCA jacks on your tv. One is red one is white. Some older tvs may not have any, if so you are out of luck.
2- Purchase a stereo patch cord (male x male RCA) long enough to reach the LG's Subwoofer.
3- Connect the red and white plugs to the tv output and connect the red and white plugs to the "Aux In" female RCA jacks on the subwoofer.
4- Select stereo input for sound on the LG's user interface.
You will be able to upconvert the stereo input to various surrond modes by studying the control manual.
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most of the cables can be purchased at "best buy" or other large electronc type store. If you can't find them there, try contacting LG and go to the suppport page and find the exact cables you need. I can't imagine these cables being so odd you can't buy the from a electronics or audio store.
go to the DVD screen and hit home button, scrool to the "EZ" icon and it will say AUX or OPTICAL. Chose OPTICAL and swich back to cable and you should have sound. This will work, and no the manuel does not tell you this and most techs have no idea. Best luck
Could be a sync calibration issue. Try to divert the TV sound to another input source on the Hometheatre system if possible, if it is a go then maybe the TV audio needs to be recalibrated. Make sure TV audio setup menu option has not changed also.
Please check at rear of TV for Digital Optical IN port as home theater should have optical out port at rear. If you got any optical in port in TV, just connect optical wire between TV and home theater.
2nd option is check Line Out pins at rear of home theater system, if found, hook red-white RCA cable there and put it to same input in TV where you hooked Video (composite or component) cable.
that is possible
the home theater has so many in puts on your dvd and out puts.
there is a way
1 you can buy a vedio/audio converted to rf signals, this will mean both signals entering tv using rf.
2 get your vedio out from dvd and audio out, feed that to a converter, vedio in and audio in okey
if there is an input on the back of your cable reciever get a fiber optics cable and put it in to your theater system and into the box then select "ez/optical" and your tv should come through, or you can connect the fiber optics cable on the back of your tv into the system and keep the tv volume off