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Stereo signal bleeds through

I can hear a local radio station through my tv whether the cable is on or not.

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DO YOU HEAR IT ON ALL CHANNELS?, DOES THE SHIELD ON YOUR CABLE HAVE A CUT IN IT? HOW CLOSE IS THE RADIO STATION?

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How to hook up the antenna


If you are not using cable or Sat. TV, you need a DIGITAL outdoor antenna, preferably outdoors for better reception. Forget the garbage indoor window or set top systems as they will not pull in a good signal, unless you are near the TV Stations transmitters. Cosco or WalMart has TV Outdoor systems.

Apr 02, 2014 | RCA P46924 46" Rear Projection Television

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There is a message on the screen that says "Weak or no signal".


Tv it is not getting the tv stations broadcasting incomming signals.Make sure the ur pay CABLE or free AIR incomming broadcasting tv stations signal sources are good and than go in ur tv menu go into SETUP pick AIR or CABLE and rescan channels again.U should have no more weak or no signal message anymore.

Jul 31, 2011 | Samsung HL-67A510 67" DLP HDTV

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No sound,but good pic.everything else works fine.(toshiba 57hx94)


hello,

• Check the antenna/cable connections (see Chapter 2).

• The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.

• The sound may be muted. Press VOLUME.

• If you hear no sound, try setting the MTS feature to STEREO mode (page 81).

• Make sure the SPEAKERS function in the AUDIO SETUP menu is set correctly (page 83).

• If you are not receiving a second audio program from a known SAP source, make sure the MTS feature is

set to SAP mode (page 81).

• If you hear audio that seems "incorrect" for the program you are watching (such as music or a foreign

language), the SAP mode may be on. Set the MTS feature to STEREO mode (page 81).

• When using an external audio amplifier, if you connect the amplifier to the VAR. AUDIO OUT jacks, the
volume of the TV and amplifier must be set above 0 or you will not hear any sound (page 20).

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shaun

Dec 03, 2010 | Toshiba 57HX94 57 in. HDTV Television

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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
Best!

Jul 23, 2010 | Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection...

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I can get a picture , but no sound on the TV . What am I doing wrong?


Many RCA TV sound problems are caused by SAP function being activated by TV station equipment that converts Analog TV signals to HD signals. Accidental pressing of the wrong buttons on your remote can also cause this problem.

The incorrect conversions causes the Audio settings to be changed from Stereo to SAP by the received signal.

Solution is to go to Audio set-up in customer menu and change settings from SAP to Stereo. If you find that settings are wrong, change them to "Stereo". Do channel scan if you are using the TV tuner/remote to select channels. Turn off the TV and unplug for 60 seconds. Check the settings again and reset if required.

This problem may re-occur when you select the VHF channel, satellite channel or cable box channel that is causing the problem. It is not a TV fault that can be repaired. The problem is caused by the incorrect incoming signal.

SAP is Second Audio Program, used for second language transmissions.

Second cause may be that the speakers have been turned off in the audio set-up menu.

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Apr 22, 2010 | RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television

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I've changed the batteries in my Philips Universal Remote and I still cannot get it to change. What should I do?


heres a handy little trick to determine whether your remote control is working. Get hold of a radio and switch it to AM band receive (any frequency). Hold the remote control near to the aerial and press any of the buttons..you should hear a squeeling noise from the radio.This proves that the remote control is working and that the TV is at fault. If you dont hear any noise from the radio, your remote control is faulty and you can obtain a new remote from the link below.

http://www.espares.co.uk/search/remote-controls/philips/p/1090/128?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=philips%2Bremotes&utm_campaign=Remote%2BControls

If you hear squeeling from the radio during the remote control test, then the TV infra red receiver board is faulty, and is located behind the small clear glass lense on the front bottom front casing of the TV. Hope this helped :)

Feb 22, 2010 | Projection Televisions

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I JUST GOT A D52W20 HD TV.I SCREWED THE CABLE CONNECTION TO THE ANTENA INPUT. THE ONLY STATIONS I GET ARE LOCAL CHANNELS BUT NO CABLE CHANNELS. WHAT DO I HAVE TO SET ON THE TV OR WHAT DO I HAVE TO PRESS ON...


Before you bought your new TV, was the cable connected to an older TV, and was it working?
When you say you screwed the cable connection to the antenna input, did the cable come directly from the wall, or did it go through a cable box first. If it came through the wall without a cable box, it's possible it's not an active cable account, and you're only getting over the air signals for your local channels (and nothing through the cable). Or, your cable signal might have been analog only, and with the transition this week to digital TV, maybe you're no longer getting the channels broadcast properly.
If you are a cable subscriber, then this problem should be reported to the cable company, and they can do further testing to see what's wrong with your signal.

Jun 18, 2009 | RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready...

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Sound went out!


Have the audio signal board replaced. Also make sure ur amplifier is set to the correft output, alth i am sure u have.

May 03, 2009 | Toshiba 52HMX94 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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My new TV is set for cable. I do not have cable, I have an anten


Sansui TV's come from the factory set for CABLE. If this is a HDLCDVD320, you will have to go into the menu to change the signal type to AIR, then run the automatic search to program in your channels. Their free customer service line is 800 289 0980.
I hope this helps.

Dec 28, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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NO HDTV


There are many variables here that could cause the problem. I can receive a few local HD channels ( within about 60 miles ) on my 57H94. I am not aware of any "HD specific" settings- it's all part of the receiving circuits in the TV. The first thing I would look at is to be sure you have a secure antenna connection. Then be sure you have selected the correct antenna input on the TV (there are two). HD channels, as an example will show up as 10-1, 10-2, etc. Most TVs have different sensitivity thresholds, regardless of size. Usually digital signals, including HD, are either there or not. In most cases if a TV picks up a decent analogue signal, a digital set should receive the digital signal, including available HD channels, as well. If you are going to use an antenna, rather than cable or satellite, try to get the best antenna you can afford, that will meet your physical requirements ( indoor / outdoor,etc.). Keep in mind that not all digital TV signal are HD. All of our local stations in this area transmit a digital signal, but true HD broadcasts remain variable. I hope this has helped in some way-Good Luck!

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