Question about Sanyo DP50747 50 in. Plasma TV
I have had my Sanyo tv and Sony Blu-Ray connected using a HDMI cable for over a year. Suddenly the tv stopped playing the audio from the DVD player. It now says the DVD is an AV connection and needs an additional red/white audio cable. We have switched out the HDMI cables and the problem still exists. Adding the red/white audio cable does work, but is not attractive since all of our wires are hidden except that. I feel like a setting on either the TV or the DVD was changed and is causing this issue. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! ~Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It has to do with the type of input - Video2 and 3 are Component video inputs, requiring a 3- wire component video cable (Red,blue,green for video, red/white below for audio). Video 1 is for analog equipment (Yellow for the video, red and white for the audio). Unless your Wii comes with a component video out cable and jacks (same red blue green), you'll have to use video 1 for the Wii, and use Video 2 for the dvd. You'll need a component video (3-wire) cable for your dvd, which should have the jacks for it. You can use the present cable you're using for the dvd, but you'll have to change the connections on the back of the dvd to component video out, and you'll still need another 2-wire cable to connect the audio out on the dvd to the audio in on Video 2 on the tv.
Here's the manual for your tv - look on page 8 for these connections. the Wii will be an analog connnection, the dvd will be a digital connection.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Radio shack and others sell a extention box/ switch that will bring vetually extend the connections in the rear. That will ease the frustration. the switch will switch game and DVD too. go shopping
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
Try explaining the problem to the manufacturer. They will help. They may change the software if needed. After the guarantee it will become a payable service.
Posted on May 24, 2010
Normally this problem is simply a matter of selecting the correct default audio playback device in the Windows control panel (sound option).
Check the Playback tab and set the default device to either DVI or HDMI.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
Check your set up again. Mine says the HDMI/DVI is HDMI 1 (and then connect the audio to the video 3 audio input).
I need a magnifier to read the label on the TV. You just need the only HDMI input that has (DVI) in front of the word Input.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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