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No Sound from TV Speakers.

I don't have any other equipment connected to the TV except cable TV signal.

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  • Rob getz Nov 05, 2012

    Go into the menu on  the tv, Your internals speakers probally are turned off.

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Check in menu the speakers are not OFF or set to External----failing that and no box in use you have a audio problem in the set.

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

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SOURCE: I lose Audio from internal speakers Vizio

This issue is actually caused by my cable box. Access the audio SETTINGS on Hand held Cable Remote, and turn on the HDMI and or "Digital Audio Out" option. found on 'more' settings list. This should fix the issue. I had assumed the Cable companeis 'Boot' would have installed this feature during its initialization.

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Instead of hooking up each component to the hometheater seperately there is an easier way. Disconnect all connections between the components and home theater . Just make sure they are connected to the tv properly. Take the optical cable and connect it from the optical audio out of the tv to the optical audio in of the home theater. This way whatever audio on the tv will play through the home theater. If the hometheater does not have an optical in you can also use a stereo audio to stereo audio(3.5mm) connected from the headphones jack of the tv to the 3.5mm jack on the hometheater. I use this setup for my hometheater system and it works perfecty and most importantly makes things less complicated.

Posted on Jun 23, 2011

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