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Re: sound does not end
Thats just because of the emi(eletro magnetic interferense ) your computer is generating no solution to the problem .The only way is to turn off or put the speakers of radio or tv as far as you can from computers also if it doesnt solve your householed wiring may have a problem of earthing
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All types of USB plug should be remove safely either safe remove or turn off the computer before you removed the existing USB cable plug.Softwares sometimes don't have control to turn off the power dissipating the usb hub present always.
The converter is for video only. To get the audio as well, you'll need to connect a cable from the computer's audio output jack to the TV's audio input. The computer end will need to be a 1/8-inch stereo plug (like the one you'll find on iPod headphones), with RCA plugs for the TV. Here is one from Radio Shack, so you'll know what to look for. Connect the audio to the same AV input as the S-video cable and you'll have both picture and sound.
What he means, is that you should get a cable to connect your VHS player with the soundcard. Presumably your TV card doesn't have integral sound. Look at the connections. Your VHS player probably takes phono cable, while your soundcard probably takes mini-jack. So a cable that has a single stereo mini-jack in one end and two (red and white or occasionally black) phone connections in the other end. Those are easy to come by if you go to an electronics store.
(Have u got a small cable with both side 3.5mm pin like head ph cable cord if not buy it) NOW FoLLOW THE STEPS 1)plug the cable between tv card jack(green slot) to line in jack (computer pink slot) 2)plug ur spker to line out jack(green slot in computer) 3) double click on small spker icon (left side to ur screen near clock) 4) click options menu>Properties>chose audio out option 4m drop box(see image) 5)click rear pink in >ok And all done have fun
Hi I am a silver surfer but this is how I got it working First off get the program tou want to watch up on PC Moniter(screen) Then connect 3 cables Yellow cables / One end to tv other end to yellow hole rear of PC/TV Box
Grey cable small end goes in PC/TV Box just behind the wirds "kworld" other end goes into back of your Computer ,you need to check your Computer manual to see the which one is the connection to your Computer screen(moniter),mine was blue with 2 screws , disconnect this and screw in Grey cable
Black cable narrow flat end into front bottom of Computer ,other end intoPC/TV Box end hole next to yellow cable
Switch on TV and change AV until you see your program, sound will be thu your Computer Speakers NOT your TV
I went through the same issue when I bought this unit new. After going round and round, I learned that you MUST use the little dual plug audio wire to put on end into the video card OUT plug (green out line) and the other end into the Audio Card IN (blue in line). That will splice your TV Card into your audio card and sound will miracuosly appear (once you fine tune your audio outputs!). Hope that helps!
You need an 1/8" male jack plug (both ends) cable. One end plugs to audio out on TV card, the other end plugs to audio in on the sound card. Or is it the other way around. Anyway, thats what you need. I think Radio Shack sells them maybe BestBuy or Circuit City.