Question about Televison & Video
HOW DO I CONNECT MKONIG HAV-SB250 SOUNDBAR TO MY FINLUX 42F7020-D TELEVISION TRIED USING THE RCA CABLE CONNECTING THE WHITE AND RED LEAD TO THE SOUNDBAR THEN FIXING THE OTHER END TO THE WHITE AND RED CONNECTOR ON TV NOTHING. TRIED THEN CONNECTING WHITE AND RED LEAD TO SOUNDBAR TO A AUDIO CONNECTOR AND USING THE HEADPHONE SOCKET NOTHING. I HAVE ON THE REAR OF TV A SUB W CONNECTOR AND ALSO A COAX OUT CONNECTOR BUT HOW WOULD I USE THIS AND WHAT SORT OF LEAD WOULD I NEED
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Connecting laptop audio to tv
i had the same issue with a thinkpad T61 which i was connecting using VGA and a audio jack going straqight from the headphone socket to the back of tv.
I had picture but no sound and i found that once connected the issue could be solved by rotating the projection setting on the laptop(Fn+F7). Basically switched back to laptop only display, then back to laptop and projector display again and teh sound just kicked in.
i think it's related to the projector setting on the laptop rather than an issue with the tv.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
You can buy a rca to 3.5mm jack adapter from the link---
And it will help you to use a headphone with your TV.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Since your TV only has audio and video input jacks, you can connect those to audio and video output jacks on the VCR. Now connect the coax cable to the RF/ant input on the VCR and you'll have to change channels by using the VCR channel selector.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Although it is a variable out i don't think the audio level would be high enough to get a fair audible signal, here is something youcan try: if you have a small portable radio(like kids use sometimes with the cd/cassette/radio)with external or aux input, you can hook up the variable out from the tv to these inputs on your radio then hookup your headphones to the radio(most port. radios have headphone jacks) but with out an amplifier you will not get a lot of level out of the tv.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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