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No video output signal on playback mode. only sound can be heard when connected on audio amplifier

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have it cleaned. may take care of it or it might need slight tension adjustments

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From memory I believe you can, it should have the 2 connecting jacks and speaker jacks in the back, let me know how you go. Good luck

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What can be connected to te audio output jacks on the back of this set?

You didn't include make and model TV; so only generalized answers are possible.

Typical RCA phono jacks like those shown in the blue box of the stereo amplifier below:

25998201-ac5bgneb45fvu53muoueauti-3-0.jpg will accept cables to connect to other audio devices. The audio RCA jacks are color coded RED (right) and WHITE (left) for low level stereo signals. Some have YELLOW jacks for Standard Definition video, ORANGE jacks for AC3 Digital audio and newer amps have HDMI jacks.

Connect the TV's audio OUTPUT jacks and a stereo pair of unused audio INPUT jacks on the amplifier with cables that have ends that match each. Turn on the stereo & TV and select the input on the amplifier that matches the stereo pair of inputs you used to connect to the TV. Adjust the volume to hear the audio over your stereo system's speakers.

Use the HDMI or AC3 sources for superior audio - including 5.1 (or better) Dobly Digital when possible. Otherwise, a standard 2 channel stereo program will be heard.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Dec 08, 2015 | Televison & Video

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The sound does not work in my tv. Can you help?

Please check the input to the TV. connect a DVD or source to the input line and see if there is sound . If not the output section seems to be faulty. Also check on the audio ouput of the TV - connect to amplifier and if the TV sounds are heard then the preamp is good as the fault seems to be with the power output amplifier.
Check the power section, check the audio output IC.use of multimeter and signal injection will be needed or you must take help;

Sep 13, 2011 | Digital Lifestyle s LT32323 LCD TV

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I have no sound. Picture is perfect.

All what is needed is to confirm the section that is suspected. So use an external audio signal from a DVD or source to be connected to the LINE IN /AUDIO IN of the TV. now select the AUX and check if there is sound . If so the output section of the audio is working. If not check the voltage to the output IC or it can be defective. Also check the speakers, test using a multimeter.
Now try using the LINE OUT/AUDIO OUT from the TV to be connected to a amplifier. If sound is not heard the preamp/SIF section can be faulty. If so a signal test will be required to confirm the faulty part.

Jul 29, 2011 | Vizio L32 32 in. LCD HDTV

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We can playback recorded Tv programs but when we go to play a Blue Ray or DVD there is no sound. Please help.

Please check the audio properties or the settings as this mode must be reset.
You have not specified the audio outputs that is connected , if this is a TV then the audio mode on the TV needs a check . Try the output from the DVD to an amplifier to confirm.
Not sure which output you use, is this the HDMI, the coaxial , the optical or the composite.

Mar 26, 2011 | Televison & Video

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How to connect my phillip cd player to speakers

It depends on whether the player has an Audio output because only then you will be able to connect the output to a speaker .
However if there is only an audio output - composite signal- then you will need a power amplifier to connect the speakers while the CD player is coupled to the power amplifier.

Feb 05, 2011 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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No output to the subwoofer using the sub pre out RCA jack.

I'm assuming your subwoofer is self-amplified, otherwise it won't work with a preamp (rca) input.

Under Speaker Setup you have to have Subwoofer set to YES (page 16).

If you have good bass-capable main speakers I would recommend setting the subwoofer playback mode to LFE+Main, otherwise just LFE.

Beyond this we would need to know something more about the subwoofer and its controls.

Connect any other preamp out channel, like CDR/Tape OUT, to the sub and tune an FM station to see if the sub is capable of processing audio. A 'normal' audio signal would sound muffled but it would prove the cabling, amp and speaker at least function and point us back to setup as the culprit.

Dec 08, 2010 | Denon AVR-587

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Sound is fuzzy on all stations and video modes

More that likely you are using the internal speakers for sound. There is an output IC (Integrated Circuit) that processes and amplifies the sound. If that fails partially you will get fuzzy sound, also the speakers could themselves be causing the problem. If you have an external Audio out try running it through an external amplifier if the sound is clear then the problem is the Audio output section...

To accomplish this connect the Red and White Audio OUT to the stereo. Use an audio patch cord and plug the cord into the amplifier using any input (you must select that input on the front panel) except a phono input.

May 30, 2010 | Sony FD Trinitron KD-34XS955 34" TV

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On our Durabrand DVD/Vcr Combo, I get picture, but no sound..I'm using a S video as conectors!

S video connector is used only for video, you need to connect the audio separately via the RCA audio connectors or via digital coaxial or optical connector.

You can read more on S video standard here:

Also see the related topics on audio, maybe you should consult the user manuals for your dvd unit and the amplifier that you use to get more info, but normally the sound can be connected via these connectors on the rear panel of dvd units:

- main left and right analog signal out RCA connectors (2 channel stereo signal - amplifier set to analog signal)

- main left and right, sub, center, surround left and right analog signal out connectors (multichannel surround signal - amplifier set to analog signal)

- coaxial digital signal out RCA connector (a single cable that takes the stereo or surround signal to the amplifier in a coded digital form - you need to set the amplifier to the digital signal mode to enable this kind of signal)

- optical digital signal out connector (same as the coaxial digital output, the difference is that the signal is in the form of light pulses instead of electrical pulses - the amplifier should be set to the digital signal mode as well)

Hope this helps somehow - if it doesn't, post me some feedback, perhaps a brief description of the units that you want to interconnect...



Sep 26, 2009 | Televison & Video

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JVC RX-888V hook up to cable box - no video

There is some sort of setting you need to change on the JVC receiver. I had this same problem, and I read the manual and it solved it. You need to press and hold down a button to change the mode. Your unit probably says "TV Sound" right now. Once you press this button (not sure what button) like the manual says, the display should change to "DBS" and then it should work just fne.

Mar 20, 2009 | JVC RX-888V Receiver

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Different sound to picture

When connecting VCR to TV. Verify all connections. First if the connection is with coaxial cable make sure you signal from outside is screwed to the cable input on VCR. Then the VCR/TV output has the cable running to TV input. If hooking up with RCA cables , which is the yellow, red, and white cables. Hook one side up to VCR output. Yellow for Video, while red/white to audio output matching the colors. The same is done to the Television input. yellow for video, red/white for audio. Do a test recording. Use a blank tape, not one already recorded on. Record about 5 minutes Stop recording , rewind and playback. You should see the difference.

Oct 13, 2008 | Televison & Video

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