Audio on spekaers out, but not on AV output or headphones
I have opened the DVD player, and found that a chip has been blown. It is one of three, a TA2020-020, digital amplifier with two channels. I can try to replace it, (32 legs!!), but I am trying to figure out why it blew so that it doesn't happen again.
What is also funny is that the other four channels from the other two 2020 chips are also silent, but I suspect that the FAULT signal from this one is keeping the MUTE input on the other two HIGH, and that is why there is no sound on any spekaer.
Must I take a chance and just remove this chip, and see if the other channels work? The chips are located on the Power board, the complete board costs US$ 264.05 which is a bit ridiculous compared to a chip that I can get for $17.00
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Re: Audio on spekaers out, but not on AV output or...
My advice is replace the complete board then you will have no more problem.although 17.00 dollars compare to 264.00 is ridiculous it will cost far less when you multiply big numbers by $17.00.in that you might end up spending more than $264.00
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hello,the most common problem with these devices is,1 of 2 culprits, either you have 'DRY' solder on output terminals (within the device)or the main sound output chip's are blown. hope that helps, cheers.
The problem can be in the laser pickup assembly all the way to a bad speaker, try headphones to see if audio is present, if yes! the earphone jack, speaker, and audio output chip is the issue, if no sound! it is more than likely the assembly.
AV input wire will have three connections. Red, Yellow andWhite. Out of which, Yellow one should be connected to Video Out of the DVD player, and the other two, Read and White; to be connected to the audio out left, and audio out right of the DVD player. The other ends of this wire should be connected to Video In, and Audio In socmets of the TV. Keep trace with the colour of the socket and connect it. Select the Input of the tV to AV. Switch On both the devices. If the connection is correct, you will see the logo of the DVD player on the tv screen.
Are you using AV cables from your DVD player to your TV? (the yellow,red and white ones) If you are the is a way to do this, since you have no other outputs at all is you will have to make one. With the purchase of a couple adapters and an additional av (audio only cord which is red and white) you can do this. The first adapter you need looks like this. http://www.globalgrabber.com/product/4507930-5mm-stereo-plug-2-rca-plugs-jacks/ You will remove the red and white AV cords from the back of your TV that run from the DVD player and insert them in the adapter to their respective colors on the adapter. Then you need to purchase a double female AV adapter that looks like this .http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=double+female+av+adaptor&hl=en&prmd=ivns&biw=1600&bih=799&bav=on.2,or.&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=14119505288159192113&sa=X&ei=S-V1TZPDJIKglAexv-ybCA&ved=0CI0BEPMCMAU# Then you need to put that adapter on the one you just installed so you can add the new AV cord onto it and run the new cord to the TV.That completes the sound of the DVD's back to your TV. Now for your headphones. You will need a double female 3.5mm jack input to put between your headphones and the remaining jack on the adapter. It looks like this http://www.buy.com/prod/3-5mm-female-to-female-stereo-audio-cable-coupler/q/sellerid/23962916/loc/101/216778563.html Play a movie and enjoy. This is the only way to do what you want with the current setup you have. These adapters and wires can all be purchased for less than $10 off of E-bay. If your not using AV cords then the only other way to do it with the current setup you have is --
You can purchase a reasonably priced receiver and hook your DVD, cable, and TV to it as well as your headphones. With no outputs on your TV there will be no way to hear your DVD's through your headphones. You can also purchase a very reasonably priced shelf speaker stereo. Many made in recent years have some audio inputs and of course inputs for your headphones.
Hi, Hook audio/ video cable from dvd player to AV input of tv and select that AV input in tv to watch dvd playback picture. You will see yellow jack (for video signal output) and red-white jacks (for audio left-right output signal) at rear of dvd player, plug AV Cable and hook it in AV input of tv, make sure yellow pin connected in yellow jacks of dvd and tv. Thanks.
i have no idea to connect it either. Specially since the AV has only 2 jacks instead of three. I connected the two jack with DVD, and the front 2 speakers work and the sub too, however i have no idea how to make the surround and center speakers work. I have tried various variations, but i think the thing is a fake made for only 20 bucks speakers without much juice. I might be wrong but this is the first av with only two jacks instead of three, even the cable they provide has three jacks
Could be a blown speaker or the amp circuitry driving the speaker is bad. One way you can get around this is to run the audio through the auxillary output of your dvd through either headphones, your car stereo through a line input, or hook up a pair of external speakers to the player.
A lot of times the quality of the audio in the built in speaker on portable DVD players is not of good quality to begin with. The above suggestions should correct it.
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You will use component video cables. They come in threes and all they require you to do is connect the DVD output with the TV input and match the cable colors on both ends. They will be red, white, and yellow. The yellow is the video, and red and white are left and right audio. If your TV is too old to have stereo audio, only one (red or white) audio cable needs to be connected. It doesn't matter which. The yellow cable always needs to be connected.
Another option, but a slightly less common one, is to use a single AV cable to connect the two. The reason this is less common is because most newer TV's do not have AV input, and newer DVD players do not have AV output. If it does, however, this is the most simple, and you probably wish to take advantage of it, so you have a connection available when you purchase a newer unit which does not have AV.