I HAVE MY SYSTEM HOOKED UP THE S-VIDEO CONNECION AS PER THE INSTRUCTIONS TO MY SAMSUNG HDTV. WHEN I CHANGE THE INPUT BACK TO TV I HAVE SOUND.WHEN I CHANGE IT TO THE KARAOKE MACHING I HAVE WORDS AND ALL THE OTHER FUNCTIONS BUT NO WOUND. THE WIRESESS MICROPHONES ARE HOOKED UP PROPERLY AND ARE REGESTERING BUT STILL NO SOUND FROM THE SPEAKERS. PLEASE HELP!
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Yes, problem solved. Both RSQ (maker of Karaoke) and Zoom Karaoke helped solve this issue. RSQ told me CD G's should work, but most do not as it is the way the co. that produces them writes their discs, but could not tell me which ones are the good discs or not and Zoom Karaoke discontinue Neo G's (the other format that scoring is suppose to work on) because they were not selling. If you can find them they have kids songs or foreign language. I bought this from the Guitar Center and 4 times they could not help me. Did they really not know such a simple answer??? They 1st sold me a powered Karaoke for my powered speakers. I found out from an audio specialist that you can not run powered anything to powered speakers. Why did they sell it to me? I took it back and then this problem. I have spent $1000's with them. I wonder?? Anyway, this one goes back and I'm off to find a new one )-:. This is a great site and sometimes I need expert advice. An audio specialist should have been able to help, but there was no mention of Karaoke and I believe you have to be familiar with this product to solve this issue. I will however use this site again. Thankyou! Ernie
good day,to connect your DVD to TV screen follow this steps.
1) prepare your RCA cable ( 3 colored cable yellow/red/white)
note: always remember this
yellow = video
red and white = Audio (left and right)
2) at the back or front display of your TV screen you'll see RCA socket
marked as "AV1 input" "AV2 input" etc... if your screen is only mono
sound you can only see two sockets Yellow=video white= audio
3) at the back of your DVD player connect the RCA cable following the
color code yellow to yellow white to white and red to red. after you
connect the cable to your dvd player now connect the other end of thr
RCA to your TV screen input.
make sure you'll connect it to "A/V input" not "A/V out" then after
connecting all the cables, from the remote commander of your TV screen
press a button indicating "A/V" some mark as "TV/AV" press this button
until your screen display the back ground display of your DVD player.
Purchased a newer HDMI DVD player,(Sony)as well as found that I do need the video cables.Also found that I need to change the input to component on the DVD player by using a regular coxial to at least get a display from the DVD player had I kept the older one.
I have looked up the infomation on your TV I noticed that your TV has two HDMI input plugs. Since your SONY BRAVIA is hooked up to one port, you need to buy another HDMI cable for your PS3. On your tv remote you should have an option to switch from video 1 to video 2 so then you can switch from the SONY BRAVIA to the PS3 the problem is you will only hear your PS3 Sound from you TV. If you want to hear your PS3 sound from your SONY BRAVIA you need to buy an optical cable (also called TOSLINK) to connect from your PS3 to the SONY BRAVIA.