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Had the same problem. With mine the other day you probably moved your Playstation 3 too another tv and set your 1080i,720,480 to high deaf on settings in Playstation. You have to change them back to automatic that TV says HDTV but it only plays Playstation 3 on 480 checked in settings of Playstation. Played mine for 4 years on that TV moved and got a 3d wifi then dad got him one And was going to trash that RCA but I told him I would take it for now too keep from buying another TV at this time got it in my new home wouldn't play video but it. would sound tried different cables but still now change. But remembered i changed all of my settings over when I got 3D TV. Playstation 3 hadn't been on know other TV. Since I owned it but that RCA now won't work then came to me last night and playing it on both TVs but you have to change the settings on it before moving it or you cant see the screen to fix it do that guarantee it will fix it. Like you said everything else works PS 1,PS 2,DVD, cable,but PS 3 won't its the settings in theme,and audio.
U have the original remote?Tries pressing any of these buttons.Said Input,Function or AV buttons.U will get Tv,Video 1,2 or Input 1,2.Continueously pressing the button to go out to the display said TV lable will get tv signal.U have cable right?No,cable or satalite these day will not get a tv signal for an Analog tvs.It all digital,have analog tv to recieve free air tv must have a Digital Converter box for analog tv.
If you are using a cable box to recieve tv channels make sure that the sound is not muted on the box, usually you get a small icon indicating that the sound is muted. The other cause of the audio loss could be a problem in the sound processing circuit(IF circuit) you will need to take the set in for an estimation in that case, some troubleshooting will be required. If you are using a cable box one thing you can do is to run some dubbing cables from the a/v jacks in the located in the rear and connect them to one of the tv ext. inputs(like you are connecting your dvd,vcr) this should give you audio when viewing your tv channels. please leave good feedback if i answered your question satisfactorily.thanks
It sounds like the audio cable from the DVD drive may be loose or damaged. Did you wall mount the TV and this is when the problem started or has it always been like this? If its under warranty, contact the helpline on 0871 2000 463, be warned, if its becuase the cable is damaged by a wall mounting screw, its clearly evident and they will charge for repair.
I had the same problem and I finally got in touch with Samsung and they told me that it must be something with the satellite receiver or Tivo box I have connected to the TV, since the sound was working in DVD mode. I reset both DirecTV receiver and Tivo box and now the sound is working again. I guess I should have done them one at a time so I'd know which one caused the problem. But, give it a try, it might work for you, too.
You have your DVD connected to your VCR, which is then connected to your TV, right?
The problem is Macrovision. It's designed to prevent you from connecting your DVD player to your VCR, so that you can't make duplicates of copyrighted movies. It's a real pain in the neck.
Try turning the DVD player off - or better yet, unplugging its power cord (as some DVD players are always in a standby mode, even when turned off). If that fixes the problem, then you need to reconnect your DVD player directly to the TV, not wired through the VCR.
If your DVD player isn't wired through the VCR, are you using some kind of wire splitter (one cable branches into two) to connect both the DVD player and VCR? That can also cause this kind of interference, if both have power at the same time. There are video switches you can get to work around that. Here's one such switch (first I found for a decent price with a google search):
Hope that helps.