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Please describe how you TV is setup and connected to devices.
Check to make sure you have the correct input selected.
Also, check to make sure you have correctly connected the video cables and that you don't have bad video cables.
Another thing to try is unplug the TV for 30 seconds.
Prepare to observe the Standby LED on the lower front of the TV.
Plug the TV back in and see if the Standby LED blinks, counting the number of blinks. These blinks are the self-diagnostic codes.
You can connect the DVD player ot your Sony TV in two ways. One way is via AV cable, and the other is S-Video cable. If you use AV cabel, connect the cable's one side ends to output sockets of the DVD player, marked as Audio-L, Audio-R and Video. Connect the other side of the cable's respective ends ot TV's respective sockets, marked as Audio_L, Audio-R and Video. This socket can be located at the back of your TV. If you expects a beetter picture quality, you can connect the TV-DVD by S-Video cable. If you connect it via Audio Video cabe, switch the TV to get AV-1, AV-2 etc, by input selector option. If you connect S-Video cable, Select TV' to recive S-video input via its input selector option. You can do these selections by the help of TVs remote control. OK.
I don't think your TV is totalled! It's more than possible that a speaker connection on the main board has come adrift and just needs pushing back in. Check connections on the speakers themselves and when you trace back the cables there will one or two push in connectors.
It may be a good idea to get the speaker connection plugs checked and resoldered. It is also possible that the fall could have jolted the audio IC and this should be checked for dry joints or cracked print on the board too.
Your description of your set sound like it is a mono set. You should be able to plug in the yellow and the white connectors and get sound out of both speakers. On most sets, if there is audio on the left (white) wire it will produce sound from both speakers.
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if your trying to use the dvr still your probably not connecting it all properly. make sure that. having a sony trinitron you have alot of connections on the back. if you connect all of the accessories that you have on your tv directly into each input and use the tvs main output connection to connect straight to your surround sound. this should fix your problem. plus you wont have a bunch of stuff hooked up to your surround sound receiver
This unit needs a tuner. A new one from Sony will run over $70, so I doubt that it is worth it. It is possible that poor ground connections could cause something like this, but the symptoms seem a bit too severe. I think it is time to invest in a newer set.
audio/video OUT from the cable box to the aux IN on the panasonic right? So you can see the output from the cable box but only sound from dvd. Are you changing the input on the tv when you go from watching the cable box to watching the DVD? the panasonic handles audio, but the video from each goes to two different inputs on the sony. I hope none of this sounds condescending.