Question about Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV
I have an issue with my samsung PN50A450. The sound is garbledondigital channels not on non standard channels. The garbled sound goesinan out. I tried running the sound through surround sound. Samegarbledsound. I then ran the sound through the t.v. speakers only. Sameissue ofthe garbled sound. I have comcast cable and the cable is rundirectlyto tv. Is it a t.v. issue or a cable issue? Does anyone havethe sameproblem. Anyone have a solution?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nope RamaTheMan - you are incorrect! No way to get an actual surroundsound from your TV on this turd - this came straight from the Samsung FAQ -
"You cannot get surround sound from your television. On the other hand, if your television has audio output jacks you can connect your TV or Set Top Box to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound (that is, sound from the left and right speakers of your Home Theater System only).
To connect your TV or STB audio output jacks to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound, follow these steps:
In either instance, you must then set the HTS to its auxiliary input. (i.e AUX 1, AUX 2, DIGITAL IN) in order to get the sound from the HTS.
Note: If your television does not have Audio Out jacks, you may be able to get stereo sound by attaching the Audio Out jacks on your VCR to either the AUX 1 or AUX 2 audio inputs on your Home Theater System. If you attach your VCR to AUX 1 or AUX 2, you will have to tune your television to channel 3 or 4, and then tune to the station you want to watch on your VCR."
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: Popping and fading of sound
The "popping" sound could be electricity jumping from one place to another.An internal SHORT in a transistor, an internal OPEN in a resistor.Intermittent [sometimes it does,sometimes it dose not] arcing electronic parts.
Dust [metal filings,very fine hair that burns like a fuse] & dirt [anything metal], arcing (shorted) capacitors.Bad connections on ANY ground connector.
Possible:: your surround sound MASKED the popping sounds by acting like a FILTER.Which lets me to think that your problem is in the audio section.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
In the display window, do you see the letters ASC? If so,press the ASC button on the remote to turn it off. You should now have the TV sound thru the rear speakers. Enjoy...
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I contacted Comcast and here are your codes for the three way remote with DVR Samsung 10812, 10766, 10814. I have the same TV Samsung LN32A330 and it was the very first code for my TV! Hope this cuts down your frustration!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Most of the Analog viewing will be much poorer compared to HD. Since it it a digital product, it is designed to be used with a digital signal. You will get signal degradation if it has to take the analog and convert it to digital to be viewed and there is really nothing that can be done to compensate for it.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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