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These types of dvd's are custom installs so the brand and model pf the player would have helped.
On them the sound is sent in 3 ways: 1 - usually there is a cable coming from its audio output connections to the AUX input of the radio. You will have to check the player to see if one was installed; if it has you must make sure the radio is set to use the AUX entry as a source and that the cable connecting them is intact. For testing purposes you should connect a separate amplifier to the player thru these output connectors to see if you get a sound; if you don't then the defect is in the player. Check the audio settings, if they are ok then the defect is hardware and the player will have to be taken to a repair shop. 2 - if the guy that installed it didn't wanted to bother with the hassle of removing the head liner to draw the audio wore then it has most likely just set the connection thru the FM modulator: the player has a modulator that transmits the sound thru the FM radio band; to listen to it all you need to do is to tune it at the frequency of the modulator - usually between 88 and 89.5 MHz. 3 - the headphones - very simple devices. The only thing you can check here are the settings from the player.
Make sure that you don't have mute on, and make sure your TV speakers are turn on. Go to menu and see if there is a way to turn your internal speakers on. If you can't fine anything , then your audio processor could be locked up, and if you unplug your TV for 30 MIN. it will reset the processor back to normal. Good luck and have a nice Day. If all that don't work, then your headphone might not be closing when removing the jack.
It may need to be repaired, It sounds like one of the internal speaker wires has come off. If under warranty then take it back to the seller if not than any television repairer should be able to help you
Is the mute button on the dvd player on? Have you tried turning up the volume on the DVD player, have the speakers been working before? Have you always got headphones plugged in? Have you checked the audio setting on the DVD player?
Have you recently used headphones in this device? I have a portable DVD player that had a similar problem. It thought that headphones were plugged in and that turned the sound in the external speakers off. If i plugged in headphones the sound worked in them. So I jiggled the headphone plug in while in the jack and removed it and the sound came back on.
Headphone connector is usually designed to pass audio to speakers when the headphones are disconnected. A corroded or bent connector will lose audio. Does the headphone audio level seem ok? Try inserting and removing the headphone jack several times to clean the connector.
Hi,I know that the earphone jack usually has the switch built in, and often it takes a certain "End Shape" on the Headphone Plug to actually "Activate" it... I am wondering if this is not actually your problem? and maybe ya just gotta get the "Right One"?
Sometimes I have seen the "Switch" in the Jack fail and cease to "Cut out" the speakers... which generally means replacement.
These units have a remote which provides controls not on the player itself. Be sure to check that the mute is not on. The other obvious question (but it still needs to be asked) is have you checked the volume control setting. When you move the control do you hear static or anything over the speakers which could indicate a bad volume control. Have you checked audio with headphones? If you have sound with headphones then you may have a loose connection in the speaker wiring or the headphone jack may be malfunctioning.
I have finally got my rear speakers to work. wireless internet or cordless phones will stop the speakers from working, i switched off my wireless internet and hey presto speakers work fine, i just cant have both at the same time.