Question about Televison & Video
Use your rca cord, plug the red and white cord to the audio output jack of the tv then the other end to the auxiliary audio input of the amplifier to amplify the audio output of the tv.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a Phillips 50 inch Plasma. About two months out of warranty the top half of the screen would go black. Sometimes when we tapped on the back behind the upper right hand corner the picture would return. I did some research online and found that there is a Main Y sustain board (much like a mother board in a computer) and connected to that board is a upper Y Buffer board and a Lower Y buffer board. According to my research these boards seem to be the source of the problem. I am assuming that the upper buffer controls the top half of my screen and the lower controls the bottom. I removed the back of my TV (about 50 small screws) and searched for these parts by part number. Surprisingly all of the parts in my Phillips are made by Samsung. I found the parts on ebay at shopjimmy.com. I decided to try replacing the upper Y buffer first. I ordered it from shopjimmy for about 100.00. When I received the part I started to remove my upper Y buffer and realized that the new part was slightly different. The part number was the same but the REV. number was slightly different. The new part was missing a small white connector that connects the upper buffer to the lower buffer. I sent it back for an exchange for the right part with no problem. Ok so here is the interesting piece of this little adventure. When I started to remove my upper Y buffer I removed the screws and started to pull on it to loosen it. When I noticed that I had the wrong part I pushed it back into place and put the screws back . My TV has worked perfectly since I did that, with my original part. It has only been about two months, but if you are in the same situation it might be worth a try.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
I checked on Pioneer's site and couldn't find literature for this model, but did find the product information sheet for a model PDP-614MX. It may be similar, but no promises. This model has no audio output available, but does accept several audio inputs. It shows speaker terminals on the bottom and claims a 9-watt output for each channel. Speakers that mounted on the sides were available as an option.
This monster was originally designed for professional use (stores and such) as strictly an output display device. Probably the best solution would be to use this to display the video, and run the audio output from the source (DVD, satellite receiver, etc.) to a separate amplifier to drive your speakers.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
"Line" level audio output is available at the audio output phono jacks at the top of the rear panel, but not speaker-level output. So, you'll need an amplifier to use in conjunction with your external speakers. (An alternative would be "powered" or "amplified" speakers that have their own amplifier, but often are less satisfactory acoustically). You don't necessarily need to get a full-fledged "receiver" with multiple in's & out's... I simply used an inexpensive stereo amplifier.
Connect the "Audio L - R" jacks on the rear of the set to the "line" or "aux" inputs on your chosen amplifier and speakers. If you go into the set's Menu - Option - Output Select and set it to "Variable", the internal speakers will be disabled, and you can control the volume (and muting) of the audio sent to the amplifier, and still have "armchair" control of the volume as before... but now with better stereo!
Posted on May 22, 2009
SOURCE: 46 inch 1080/ 120 hz
Is the TV connected via HDMI to a cable box? If so then if you have a cable box made by Scientific Atlanta you have to go into the settings and look the Digital Audio out settings. If it is set for Dolby Digital the HDMI will have no audio. You will need to put it in the HDMI mode to fix that issue.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
this is a comon occurance in theis model it is caused be loose laminants in the switching tranformer sometimes it can be fixed by covering it with clear GE silcone
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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