Sony mfm-ht75w no speaker sound when in computer mode
My sony mfm-ht75w monitor works very well, but I have no tv speaker sound when in computer mode...only from headphones plugged into the CPU...how can I get audio from this monitor when it is in computer mode? thanks for your help
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There are a number of possible reasons after checking what you have so far. Have you checked that the video card has not been disturbed inside the computer?.
Try starting your computer in safe mode, see link below. Just in case you have a driver problem.
Route the television audio directly through a stereo receiver. Connect the audio outputs of the television to the audio inputs of the receiver, using digital (coaxial or optical) or RCA (left and right audio) cables. Connect the left and right stereo speaker to the corresponding terminals on the receiver. Be sure that the positive and negative terminals of each speaker and the receiver are correctly lined up
Use a cable box. If your television doesn't have audio outputs, as many older TVs don't, use the outputs from a cable box to route your sound to the receiver. Proceed with a digital or RCA connection as described for the TV
Use a VCR. If you don't have a cable box, run the cable from the wall outlet into your VCR and then instead of outputting the audio to the TV, output it to the receiver so that you'll get sound from cable programming through the receiver and to the speakers, rather than to the TV. Connect the video output from the VCR directly to the TV for the easiest setup. You will then need to control your television programming with the VCR.
Change the program mode on the receiver to the input category you used to input the audio; for example, "TV," "Cable" or "Aux" are common options. You should now be able to hear audio from television programs on your speakers.
If you are using Sound Blaster, go into "All Programs" and open the "Creative File" and then the "Audio Console", left click the "CMSS 3D" tab, under the "CMSS Modes" click on the selection box and select "CMSS". They should start working at once.
You don't write which operating system you use, but generally you should be able to choose where the sound output goes in the Sound Properties in Control Panel. If however Sony decided to put some special software that does the thinking for you, and directs the sound output via the HDMI when connected, then you have to dig deeper...
There should be an audio cable coming out of Monitor, you'll need to plug that cable in the ouput jack of sound card, turn on/increase the volume of the speakers using the switch, slider present on the monitor and then check. you may also consult the manual that came along with the monitor.
i have the same speakers...just right click on the speaker icon on the lower right hand side of your desktop. then click on playing devices then configuration and see if the speaker is in surround mode.
Hi, I was able to fix my set by changing only three out of the six
capacitors between the heat sinks opposite the plug on the board. I
noticed under a microscope the caps looked a little puffy, but not much,
and I checked them with a capacitance meter, but they were in
tolerance, but decided to change the three closes to the edge of the
board with a 1000uf, 50v, 1000uf 25v and 1000uf, 50v with the one that
is 25v going in the middle, I didn't have another 1000uf,50v for the
middle one. (sometimes you gotta use what you got to get what you want)
So I powered my set up and it stays on . I hope this helps. I may go
back and replace all six with 1000uf, 50v, but the space in there is
limited and those are some large caps. I will wait until the set acts
up again before i do that. I am satisfied with it for now. Again I hope
this will help with what you've got going on with yours.