I have an older magnavox t.v. I bought these headphones so I could work at the computer in the next room without having to listen to the blaring t.v. that my husband has turned up so loud. I plugged in everything and charged the headphones. I sat on the sofa and they worked somewhat. The problem is that I can't turn the t.v. down and listen to the headphones. The t.v. sound has to be on, and the headphones are at the same volume, so it makes no sense to lisen to the headphones. I checked the plugs and all seems to be in the correct spot. Could it be that the t.v. is too old. It's about 7 years old, a 26-inch Magnavox.
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Re: I have an older magnavox t.v. I bought these
Check the set up or sound menus on the TV you may find a setting for internal speakers on/off. Or some thing of that nature. Most TVs even of that vintage were set up for the fledgling home theater systems. My Hitachi has this ability so I can mute the TV speakers so they don't interfere with the home stereo Amp. But the output on the back of the TV still has controllable audio out.
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Is there sound through the headphone jack? Have you tried other audio cables to connect it? Look for a reset button or with all discs removed and the unit powered on, hold the power button for 20 seconds and see if that resets it. This works for many electronic computer controlled devices.
What kind of headphones and TV are you trying to make work as an combined pair? It sounds to me as though you have your head phones plugged into the speaker location on the TV which could be a small hole that shows a pic of speakers. Look on the TV for an 'mic' or 'pic of headphones' holes. If there is an plug in hole with either it states mic or shows a pic of headphones plug the headphones into that hole instead of where you have them plugged into now.
Another suggestion is to use MDI cords in which you may already be using aka white, red, yellow colored plugs. If those plugs are assembled in the slots incorrect that also could be the reason as to why the headphones turn down when you turn the volume to the TV down; which also would influence the TV volume its self to also disengage to go either louder or quieter. MDI cords should be plugged in the following pattern to be categorized as the following with each color following the next color; yellow, white, red. Now if you are using MDI cords presently do you have them plugged in front or back of the TV?
If the TV has hole ports in both front and back for MDI cords then reverse your plug ins. Example: If you have them plugged in the front instead switch all three to the back of the TV or vise versa.
Also another thing; since you are wanting to use headphones for your TV speakers instead of the TV speakers themselves usually plugging headphones in are controlled by TV volume buttons; however I am assuming that you are trying to state that when you plug headphones into the TV you still hear the volume in your ears and anyone in the TV room is also still hearing the TV even though headphones are plugged in, am I right?
With you wanting to cancel the speakers on the TV out only attempted to use TV volume for speakers and without it working means you have the MDI cord plugged into the audio which would cause the TV to power the volume for the headphones anyways. May I ask this; since I am a bit confused, alright are you wishing for the headphones to be able to be loud enough so the TV only powers them for volume when you use the TV?
I know that headphones being plugged into an TV should only keep their volume within the ear buds. Therefore I have never heard of headphones being able to be loud enough to power out room sound. Instead they power internal volume which would be within your ears. Headphones were meant to keep noise and volume from surrounding a room to block room noise out and to keep the sound for your/ an own persons only listening capability. So because of this I am confused as to how ear phones would have the ability to sound the room with audio.
I can understand that if what you are trying to say is that the speakers on the TV still output volume even with head phones plugged in which would be an issue, since head phones are to capture the volume and noise from the unit in which plays aloud- to actually silence it instead- for the individual whom requires or presumes to have themselves to be the only listener.
You will have to check for a possible loose connecction in either the earphone socket or the audio amplifier within the main board - audio section.
It is possible that while using earphone jacks the socket can be damaged over a period of time , there is a cut off of main speaker when headphone is used and releases when taken out.
So check here for audio , if not solder the Audio IC or connectors.
first u have to check the wire from pc to headphone whether any wire is damaged ,next u check whether the volume in the headphone is mute, and then check the pc volume whether it is in mute .rate as u like
I need more info on this. What type of tuner and receiver? Is the tuner plugged into the headphone jack on the tv? If you have a tuner for tv that tunes in channels 2,3,5,12,25,60 etc that would be an older tuner that used the older NTSC standard. Tv stations now broadcast using ATSC, channel 4,1, 4.2 etc.