Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
I have Panasonic TX-L32BL6E, the sound get off when I use You tube after few mintues. When I made pauze and try again, the sound get back but the same problem occures again after few minutes. I haven't any sound problem when I'm watching normal tv programms and also when I'm watching you tube in my laptop. So I suppose there is no problem with internet connection.
I think the tv connection is slower than your laptop. I have the same problem with my Samsung tv
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try connecting earphones or headphones to the 3.5mm Headphone socket on the TV and check this works correctly, i.e hear TV when watching TV, hear DVD when watching a DVD etc.
If all is OK, purchase a 3.5mm Jack to L/R Audio/Phono cable. Connect the 3.5mm jack in to the headphone socket on the TV and connect the red/white phone ends to the 5.1 surround system.
It should solve it. SCART out is not always live in all sources so is not a reliable way to connect.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
I would look for bad (cracked ring around pins) solder connections at the vertical output IC. Do not let play long with the line present or it will burn a trace across the face of the picture tube and you will never get it out.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
I see that it does have RCA input (Yellow, white, red) on the reverse of the TV. Connect the DVD via RCA cable to the corresponding color connection, place the TV in "Vido" or "aux" mode. this is usually done on the remote from an "input" button, or it can also be called "game," "video," or "aux."
Upon putting it to this after connection of the DVD player, you should see the DVD players home screen. You should be set to enjoy the DVD player.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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