Question about Samsung Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there should be on the tv out a red and white rca output or a coaxial, your yamaha my be too old to deal with the outputs on the tv. at the jvc website you can download the manual for this tv.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Yamaha RX-V363
There is likely a static charge (voltage / difference of potential) between the the receiver and the TV.
They should have their grounds tied together. This should be covered in your owner's manuals.
In some cases, there may also be a stray voltage on the cable line's ground. If grounding the two together doesn't work, you may want to call the cable company (or you or a friend may be able) to check the cable line for a stray voltage or bad ground.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Your description is not entirely clear, so I have to guess a little here, but I think what is happening is as follows:
1) You are using your DVD player as the source for the CD.
2) Your DVD is connected directly to the TV and the TV then connected to your receiver.
If the above are correct, then the problem is that the TV only has what is called an ACTIVE passthru for Audio signals. This means that the signal is process by the TV and tehn sent to the audio output jacks. With the TV off, the buffer ICs are not functioning, thus no output. Some older sets have what is called PASSIVE passthru.
I don't know your specific DVD model specs, so check to see if you have 2 audio outputs from the DVD (many do) and connect the other audio out directly to the receiver. That will resolve your problem.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: When i connect my LG
You need to select optical input function on the Home Theater. See page 22 in this manual.
If that is not enough you may also need to select the optical audio out enable function on the TV. That depends on the model of your Samsung TV. Please give us model number.
If all that is not enough try turning off TV and Disk Player. Disconnect power from both. Connect back and restart both devices starting from TV. Keep the optical cable connected while you perform the power reset.
If that still does not work the cable may have been damaged while connecting/disconnecting. Test using a different cable or test the cable using different devices.
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
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