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Fm/am works but no audio in tv mode

I have no manual-is set up wrong

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Re: fm/am works but no audio in tv mode

Make sure your TV has an audio output (many TV's do not). If the TV has no audio output then run either a red/white AV cable or a digital audio cable from your cable or satellite box to the Audio IN/AUX of the HTS. Go to to get the user's manual (the manual leaves these instructions out, since the necessary cables do not come included with the HTS).

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My Pioneer XV-DV282AP home theatre has no Audio output. Every time I put the volume up/down, it keeps on saying HDMI/TV Audio. It only works with an HDMI cable using the speaker from the Television.

The system is set up to output sound through HDMI to the TV. You can change the setting so the sound is sent to the speakers. The process for changing the HDMI output setting is in page 41 of the manual. You want to choose the AMPsetting. I have included a link to the manual and copied the text below.


2. Use ?/? to select HDMI SET then press

3. Use ?/? to choose HDMI MODE then
press ENTER.

4. Use ?/? to choose the setting you want
then press ENTER.
• AMP - Output Audio sound of the DVD/CD
and USB function signal from this system
• TV - Output Audio sound of the DVD/CD
and USB function signal from a TV or flat
screen TV.

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I can not get the receiver to communicate with the TV or accessories, the stereo in the unit is working fine

1. Check your connections. I have a tendency to put my "audio Out's" into the "audio input" jacks when I am setting up a system -- all the plugs look the same, it's just that the info is going the wrong way. Make sure you have the "Audio Output" from the TV and other accessories plugged into the "Audio In" on your receiver. I don't mean this to sound patronizing -- I have been stumped by this problem in the past, so I assume I am not the only one ...
2. Make sure that once everything is plugged in properly, you have your receiver set to the correct input setting -- mine (which is an older model Phillips system) has a "CDR" setting and an "AUX" setting ... even though it only has one set of input jacks. It never made sense to me, but it only works in "AUX" mode, not "CDR" mode.
If these do not resolve the issue, please give your stereo's model number and I'll see if I can find some more info to help.

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Whatever I listen to, the sound comes out of my tv instead of my speakers, although when i checked the speaker volume there working

Free PDF Instruction Manual at the link below.

Check Page 10 Point 2.

b Source buttons

- DISC/USB: toggles between DISC or

USB mode.

RADIO: toggles between FM and AM/

MW band.

TV: switches to TV mode. The sound

from the TV will output through the

connected speaker system.

AUX/DI: switches to the external device

that is connected to the AUDIO IN-AUX


MP3 LINE-IN: switches to audio device

that is connected to the MP3 LINE-IN

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The sound does not come out of the speakers when I use my tv panasonic plasma, but when I use dvd,cd then sound comes out of the speakers, I have looked at the manual , help please, when it was set up this...

set tv in tv mode
go to audio setup then check the audio output settings. it should be in internal speaker setup,
then only u can hear the audio though ur tv. if it is in amplifier mode then the internal speaker will be off. check it first.

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We have a RTD259 RCA 5 disc home theatre system but we do not have the manual, the spaekers work for the AM/FM radio and the Disc Changer but can't get volume from T.V, do we have our cables plugged in...

Fist off, do you have Satelite TV or cable box? if so you need to run you audio wires from the audio out on those devices. If not from your TV should be audio out L&R to you audio input on your RTD259, now you may have a specific input for your TV, or you may not. If there is no specific inout for TV, there should be at least one AUX audio and video input open on your unit. Hope this helps, Cali

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Sound Problems with HD TV

This seems to be a problem that has to do with your HDMI audio output.
First check in your TV setting if audio out is selected on your correct HDMI port. Than check if your receiver is able to receive audio via HDMI (i assume you used the HDMI connection). Some receivers have HDMI IN connections but are not able to receive audio on it, the latest receivers/sets do have this feature. If your receiver doesnot support audio IN via HDMI you can only do one thing, connect the stereo audio-out of your TV to an AUX IN connection on your receiver.

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lets perform special reset function in your home theater.
1= set to stand-by mode
2= press three buttons of "Stand-by, Function & Volume- " all togather.
3= you will see "Cold Reset" message on front display of set.
4= power up and enjoy ;)

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