I have a Sylvania 15" LCD TV Model 6615LG.
It is a little over a year old and I am not getting any audio on Channel 4. BUT, I get audio on all of the other channels (or at least the ones that I have checked). Why would only one channel go out on the audio? I have checked the other TV's and it is not the station that is the problem. It is this TV only.
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Take a clue from the 10-year old vintage of the TV and the two analog audio cables. It's Dolby Pro Logic Surround at best, not Dolby Surround in the modern, digital, multi-channel sense.
TV's are not the source nor the end of a multi-channel audio chain. Feed this thing a 2-channel source from a Cable Box (into the "TV" jacks), DVD, Video Tape or CD with proper Dolby Surround encoding and will seem to open up the sound field a bit and kick in a little surround effect. It can also simulate a Hall effect and Dolby 3 stereo.
If the vcr/dvd player is plugged in to your TV using composite or component cables (Google images them for a view) then you would select an "INPUT" not a channel. Old TV-VCR tv hookups required a channel select of usually channel 3 or 4 but newer equipment uses an INPUT selection usually found on the remote. Look at the back of the tv where you plugged in the dvd and it should be labeled what input it will be.
If the TV doesn't have AV input jacks, you'll need an RF converter so you can watch the DVD player on channel 3 or 4. You can find them at Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, Home Depot and most places that sell TVs for around $15. Connect the audio and video from the DVD player to the inputs on the converter, and the converter's output to the TV antenna jack. Set the TV to whichever channel the converter is set for (3 or 4, with a switch on the converter so you can choose) and you'll be in business.
The Wii console should have included a cable to plug into the AV Multi-out Connector. This cable has the plug for the Wii on one end, and three RCA plugs on the other. They are color-coded yellow for the video output, and red and white for right and left channel audio outputs. These plugs would go into the corresponding RCA input jacks on your TV (if it has them), and you would select that input using the TV remote or front panel buttons.
If your TV doesn't have A/V inputs, you need to get an RF converter. This device takes the A/V signals from the Wii and converts it to a signal on channel 3 or 4 so you can tune it in on your TV. These cost around $15 at Wal-Mart and other retailers.
If you have lost your Wii connecting cable or didn't get one, you can order replacements from online vendors.
Unless the TV has a front-panel menu button and allows you to switch modes from there, you are out of luck. There are two possibilities. One is to try another replacement remote. If you get a universal remote made by the TV manufacturer (Magnavox), it may have buttons that will work. The other option is to purchase an RF converter, which will cost around $15. This will take the video/audio signals from the game and convert it to a channel 3 or 4 signal you can then tune in on the TV. The picture won't be quite as bright and clear as with direct AV input, but it will do the trick.
Go to the Sylvania/Emerson web site and you can download the entire manual for free. If you hooked it up and it doesn't work right, make sure you have the TV on the correct channel. Either ch 3 or 4. the other problem might be you hooked it up with component or composite cables and are not setting your TV on AV. Audio/Video channel.