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Can't seem to get the audio working from pc to 67" samsung dlp.Using a 15 pin vga cable from pc to tv,picture is great and a 3.5mm audio cable from audio jack on pc to right input on tv as shown in manual.can't get sound to work.it is a newer acer laptop,windows vista,sound works on pc,and plugged in headphone jack that also works.i don't have a dvi connection on pc,should i use the other configuration in manual,the 2 rc's to a 3.5 audio and purchase a 15 pin vga to dvi connector and hook into the hdmi/dvi connection on tv. thanks gary

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  • master_angle Dec 26, 2008

    tried numerous times lowering and also raising volumes on pc and tv to no avail

  • master_angle Dec 27, 2008

    thanks for the comments.The tv model is a HL67A750A1F.I tried using the 2 rc"S to the 1 3.5 audio in pc[there is a connection on tv side panel that reads dvi audio] with no luck.According to the manual you need to use the hdmi/dvi hooh up also.Like posted before the only way i can configuire this is if i purchase a dvi to a vga adapator since i don't have a dvi hook up on lap top.

  • master_angle Dec 28, 2008

    i will be going to the city Monday ,will buy the vga to dvi connector,will let you guys know if this works tomorrow nite.

  • master_angle Dec 30, 2008

    Well i think that i just give up. Took the 1.5 hour trip to the city,went to pc store and bought the vga to dvi adaptor.Hooked the hdmi/dvi end into the right port of the tv.Hooked the dvi to vga adaptor into laptop and with this setup i have no picture and no sound.Checked all connections seems good.The hdmi cord came with the high def receiver that i bought from Bell.The screen says searching for signal and then says no signal found.I used the right input on tv hdmi/dvi.At least when i used the vga to vga [to tv] i had a picture and no sound.I have one last idea,can i hook up the audio to my sterio inputs {aux input] and get the sound that way and watch the picture through my vga to vga hookup.Gary

  • master_angle Dec 30, 2008

    just wondering if more help out there

  • master_angle Jan 01, 2009

    Well i guess i solved this one on my own.Went to PC store and bought a multilplier,where i can plug in more rc cables to my stereo receiver[it was full and had no more room for inputs].Now i have beautiful pictures using the vga to vga cable and great sound from my laptop 3.5 mm to double rcs.So what did i learn 1. the pc audio inputs [both of them dvi] don't work on my tv.2.If your pc doesn't have a hdmi output, buying the vga to dvi adaptor also doesn't work,couldn't get a picture.Again the 2 figurerations shown in the samsung manual to get audio out of your pc are bogus for my unit.

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You would need to use 2 rc's to a 3.5 audio for sound and purchase a 15 pin vga to dvi connector and hook into the hdmi/dvi connection on tv,


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Hi
Check speaker terminal connections, then source input, then surround mode choice

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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 27, 2008

    it may be an internal fuse which is see through be aware that you put in the same rating fuse if you need to replace them.if it has a message auto protect so it get no sound  remove the message and get sound

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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 27, 2008

    it may be an internal fuse which is see through be aware that you put in the same rating fuse if you need to replace them.if it has a message auto protect so it get no sound  remove the message and get sound

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The vga cable will only allow you to connect the pc screen to your samsung not to the audio in order to get the audio you try using your HDMI connection which will transfer sounds as well as video.

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The vga cable will allow you to connect the pc screen to your samsung..not the audio..in order to get the audio you can use your HDMI connection which will transfver sounds and pictures...You hould use the other configuration in manual,the 2 rc's to a 3.5 audio and purchase a 15 pin vga to dvi connector and hook into the hdmi/dvi connection on tv.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, no problem with the video that you mentioned hence the VGA connection should do. On the audio side, try using 2 RCAs to 3.5 instead of the 3.5 to 3.5. Depending on the model of the Samsung DLP, the audio is normally synchronized to the video source selection. Perhaps it would be to your advantage to postback the exact model number of the Samsung to determine the video/audio pairing.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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    Louie Role Dec 27, 2008

    I guess you are right since the option(s) are rather limited to what is available as Video out on the laptop.

    Cheers.


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    Louie Role Dec 30, 2008

    and I was about to suggest split the audio and video. Hook the video whichever way the Samsung HL67A750A1F will perform best and the audio to a home theater system.

    Hey, its not a workaround, it might prove to be better.


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Lower the volume bar in laptop, near to minimum then increase volume of TV.
If still no joy, unplug tv for couple of minutes, replug and power it again.

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    Shahid Electronics Dec 26, 2008

    OK, unplug audio wire from laptop and touch it, do you hear any hummmm or static noise from TV speakers?

    Please increase TV volume up to 50-60% for this check.
    Thanks


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    Shahid Electronics Dec 28, 2008

    Issue is no sound,
    VGA to DVI connector is unnecessary, in my opinion because "Picture is great" and HDMI to DVI will give video only in TV.

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    Shahid Electronics Dec 30, 2008

    If your TV has another HDMI input, try it and put audio in related input in TV.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 30, 2008

    master angle,
    do you see my messages?



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