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Re: we bought a cord to connect our laptop to the tv and...
Specify the model numer of the tv and the laptop and which wire you bought to connect between them and which socket of tv you have connected the wire.
u can get the wires that r reequired at
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The HDMI sound setup can be set to send the digital audio through the HDMI cable or to send the analog audio through the analog audio line out and receive through the analog audio line input (Green mini stereo phone jack on the PC and on the TV)
So you have to look at the TV HDMI sound setup to see how the audio signal will be handled, same thing for your PC HDMI sound set up.
Does your laptop feed sound through the HDMI connection? You may have to use the HDMI 1 jack on the HDLCD3200. Change the HDMI setting in the audio menu on the tv to DVI and run a seperate audio cord from the laptop to tv. I hope this is helpful
make sure you are using a highspeed HDMI cable to connect the laptop to the TV, then set your TV input to HDMI/digital. Then set your default playback device on the laptop to HDMI to make sure signal goes from the laptop video controller to the TV. hope this helps, feel free to rate how useful the info is to you
Try connecting any other device to the TV to confirm whether the issue is with the TV. If the issue is with the TV then try resetting the TV to the factory settings. If the issue persists, try power resetting the TV.
To power reset the TV, please disconnect the power cord for a short period of time
(approximately 1 minute). Then, reconnect the power cord and power on the TV.
Try adjusting the wide modes of the TV. If the issue still persists, then TV may require service.
So I did finally find a solution....I returned my PS3 for a brand new one. Turns out it was my PS3. This is what I did...I bought a blue ray player, I connected the hdmi to my TV....no problem. So it wasnt my TV or HDMI cord. Returned the blue ray player for my money back, and returned my PS3 for a new one. Problem solved. Seems like alot of work, but it was the only way I could troubleshoot my issue. Just for kicks, try using another HDMI cord. I went through 3 different kind. Good luck.
Make sure that the laptop is set in to a compatible resolution for the TV set, or the TV set will not respond.
Make sure that the laptop is in the mode to output to the connector for the TV set. Refer to the instructions from the laptop for this.
Check to see of the feature to output to the TV set actualy exists in the laptop. I have seen instances were there is a connection for an external device, but the computer does not have the actual hardware installed to do the job.
Take note that using a TV set as a monitor will not give the same picture quality as a dedicated monitor for a computer.
You need to either connect to the TV the cord that your computer monitor would connect to or have a video card that supports S-Video and the appropriate cables S-Video and RCA audio out cables for either.
Then you must select the appropriate input on your TV, such as VGA or S-Video (and audio in.) .