Not at all sure so this might tick you off but how many coax connectors on back of set is there are a red and green one plug into the red one then make sure that in your menu settings you have your TV set to that input connector not video1, HD, sat etc.. take your time you are probably missing something.
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If sound works with the DVD, it shows your TV is fine, there is just something wrong with the sound signal getting from your cable box to the TV.
There are a few options here.
1) If you are using a single coaxial cable to connect the TV to the cable box, you can either try another one, or try the 3 component cables.
2) If you are using the 3 component cables, you should have more than one input row to the TV... try an adjacent row
3) If that doesn't work for the 3 component cables, try a new set of component cables.
4) Check the sound settings on the cable box itself. Maybe resetting the cable box will get it to go through the initialization sequence to get the sound set up correctly
The cable your refering too are called Component leads.
The red and white are for your audio and the remainder are the video. All you need to do is connect the component leads matching up all the colour in the correct ports then using your av/source button change the tv to component
You will still have to connect the red and white audio cable to the tv as well.
the tv has a configaration that conveys the sets focus on both audio and video performance. full hd resolution of 1920-1080 pixels.
hdmi inputs allow connection of the generation of 1080p sources for the systems which offer 1080p outputs
Worth taking it in since it is hard to find a new TV for less than $300. I have a 32 inch JVC iart that for about 2 years would turn itself off and the timer light would blink. Only thing that worked would be to disconnect and turn back on. Eventually, the tv "popped" I could smell something that burned out and within 3 weeks tv went "dead" Took it to a tv repair place and replaced power unit for $150. I had similar problem with a 19 inch Philips and that tv has been going strong for 4 years since repair.
if you are connecting the dvr via component video cables select the output to 480i and not 480p or other higher formats.the tv cannot support anything higher than 480i. or try using composite video hookup instead.