I have an old Hitachi and everything seems fine with my sound... I mean if I connect my dvd player to it I have no problem with the tv... If I want to watch cable on it... I have no sound coming out from it... I have noooo idea what this might be, but it's really weird... I tried everything... The Cable is plugged in just fine there is no reason it shouldn't have sound...
Could you please help... It might just be some stupid mistake I can't figure out...
Unplug the dvd in to the tv, see if u have sound then...gotta read the manual. go into menu and see if what the sound is.. u might have to switch it to tv stereo or mono.
gotta read the manual
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If the DVD recorder has an RF out then you should be able to tune it on UHF bandwidth. The cable should run from the RF Out on the recorder to RF on the TV. Switch the recorder on, put in a DVD and press play before tuning. Some DVD's require a disc before a Menu appears. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004
1.Check audio/video RCA jack cables 2.check S-video(if you use S-video cables) 3.check with another dvd player to get normal picture on your tv system. if picture is normal in this process. then problem with your old dvd player. 4.if same problem occurs in other dvd player. then problem with your television. external audio/video processing circuits 5.if the tv is ok. then the problem with your old Dvd player audio.video converting circuits 6. if can be rectified by authorised service engineers 7.Contact service engineer. as there is no recitification process from user part
I have the exact same problem with my six year old Samsung! Your are the third person I have seen with this problem today. This is too weird. i wish i could help, then I would be able to fix my TV too.
It is not clear where you say input is from cable, do you mean the Scart input to your Sony TV?
Do not use Progressive scan(p), as this is not interlaced. The normal TV requires an interlaced(i) picture of 50 half frames per second giving 25 complete pictures per second to reduce flicker.
Some TVs and projectors and all monitors accept Progressive scan.