Question about Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV
Menu does not have audio connection to re-set the audio from vaiable to fixed so that a soundbar can be connected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: olevia lt 27 hv no sound
one way to test the audio on the tv is to connected a cable line or ant.. and see if audio comes out on the speakers of the television.. if they don't then go on the menu under audio and make sure the speakers are not turn off..
If you get audio with the ant or cable channels.. then the television speakers are on.. now you might want to try the sat receiver with different connections an example will be AV cables.. yellow, red and white.. to see if that works ? make sure the red and white are right next to the yellow input or else you wont get audio..
If you will like more help.. you could also contact this company called Amergence Technology they have trained technicians that have knowledge for Olevia products.. there number is 866-965-3842
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
if the dvd player has hdmi connection use that.
if the TV has hdmi input use that.
if you can do both of these then use the TV remote to switch input to hdmi when the dvd player is on.
as an extra you can use toslink optical or coaxial digital cable from TV to home theater receiver for surround sound.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Unfortunately, This hdtv can only use with receiver. There is no cable connection back of it. You may connect it using with HDMI cable.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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When this happens the hdmi board on the television can need to be replaced. However that is the worst cases scenario so before servicing the television in that manner, first try two other things.
1. A hot swap. This is when you remove all the hdmi cables from the television (you might want to remove all cables) and wait 30 seconds before replacing them. During the 30 seconds you are to complete a reset all to factory settings on the television menu. Be sure that you are not just completinig just an audio or video reset; there should be a reset all that will ask you to confirm whether or not you want to reset the television to its initial factory settings. You may also have to unplug the television for 2 minutes after doing this for it to recognize its hdmi input again. Then after the two minutes you can plug the television back in, replace the hdmi cable, turn your television on first, and then turn on your devices.
2. A factory reset. Not to be confused with the reset above this reset goes into the factory menus and resets the television completely, wiping even more settings and completing a "reboot" if you will. This should not be played around with just like the Registry Editor on your computer should not be messed with unless you are absolutely sure what to clear. These settings on the television should not be changed at random because the television's memory could be wiped. Someone knowledgeable about repairing these televisions specifically is the one that should attempt a factory reset or the service menu should be followed very closely by the person that is performing this reset.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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