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Unmute directv I tried to watch tv but does not have a sound, but the tv is ok because I tried using a dvd and was perfect

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Put a dvd back in and watch it. Try un muting it as the dvd plays.

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No sound


It could be the software you are trying to run the DVD with. Check the software against other DVD's. If not it could be your audio drivers or audio codec.
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If it is an audio codec issue try this.
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Trying to connect surround sound sys to directv box. So we can swap from watching movies to watching TV without plugging and unplugging wires..


Depending on your tv and what it has for input, You should be able to run your Directv output directly to your tv input, the same with a DVD. TV would have to have different video options. Then you could connect to surround sound with Digital optical. Your surround system only had one input.

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I have a Vizio P42HDTV10A with a Bose 321 system and no sound


Check you cables. make sure that the Dish Box is hooked up and if you are run'n your cables from the Dish Box to the DVD player then you will have to keep the player on.

Use to work for DirecTV i got this all the time

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I cannot get my directv box to work on channel two and three. I can get the game input to work for dvds and games. I also have switched boxes and the they both work, just not on the emerson tv.


It sounds like the tv tuner on the emerson has gone bad if the directv box is not working on channel 3. Try channel 4 on the emerson tv and see if it works. If not you may consider using the game input for directv and disconnecting the dvd player or game console and then reconnecting them only when you use them. You would need to disconnect directv from the game input each time to use the dvd player or game console. Oterwise for simplicity buy another tv. not worth repairing these days

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No Surround Sound in Aux 2 mode


genarally tv output contain two signals.(steereo).it dosent have surrund output.thats y its not hearing surround sound from your system.

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Cannot return to TV from DVD play


Hello,

If you have a Directv receiver, and you have to be on channel 3 on the TV to watch it, then we have to get you off the video input. On a Directv remote, there should be a button toward the top left hand side that says "TV input." Try pressing this first. If that doesn't work, then look for the button on the Insignia TV remote control that says "tv/video," "source," "input," or something along those lines. Press it (some TV's make you press it several times to change the input). Just make sure that your Directv receiver is on before you start pushing buttons.

Give that a shot.

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Surround sound hookup question?


It looks like all you'll need to do is hook up audio out from DirecTV to audio in on the surround sound system. Sony has an interesting hookup recommendation guide on the product support site:

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=DAVC700&LOC=3

That should give you the connection options. The short answer, though, is to connect the best audio out from DirecTV to an audio in on the surround sound and then choose that option in the surround sound system when you want to watch TV.

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Not able to scan stations


I don't understand why you would bother to scan channel when you have directv or dishnetwork???
directv or Dishnetwork required their units in order to watch any channel,which means:
A. Depending on your TV setting,if you use RF connection from your basic directv to the tv,you would have to leave the TV on Ch.3 or Ch.4.to view the rest of the channels,you have to change it from the directv or dishnetwork box. You are NOT able to scan the rest of the channels from the TV,bottom line!!
If you have comcast or your local cable provider,once you have activated,you could use the RF signal coming out from the wall plate straight to the tv and go to TV auto programming,it will auto scan the available channels for you.
Don't waste your time on directv.
If you are thinking about recording from your BASIC directv or dishnetwork box, you would connect SAT. signal from the wall plate to the directv box,then use composite video/audio output and connect straight to your VCR/DVD player under composite video/audio input. Now you could record the viewing channel to the VHS.
Good luck!

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