Question about Televison & Video
It is a BRAVIA tv no picture no sound a message in lower corner reads no signal select another input using the input button or connect an R F cable This happened over night. Checked antenna all is good. Thankyou.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably need a audio cable that runs from the pc audio out to the TV audio in. Radio shack has them so do a lot of hardware store and best buy.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
SOURCE: HDMI input does not work
Thanks for using FixYa. Two things may cause the “No Signal” message to come up are - no data available for closed captioning and a weak signal input. Your TV is in the Closed Captioning Mode. To turn it off simply bring up the on screen menu and scroll down to the part that says closed captioning and turn this function off! With the closed captioning block displayed and the program being viewed is not sending out closed captioning signals the TV will display, No signal!
I’ll suggest you to run the HDMI from the PVR (personal video recorder) directly to the TV (mute the TV), and then run the optical audio from the PVR directly into the receiver's optical in. The closed captioning is something that is addressed in analog broadcasts, but not necessarily digital broadcasts. Try using Component cables if this doesn’t make a difference. After using components cables the issue will be resolved. Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
I have the 1525 and you have to do extra steps each time you want the HDMI to be recognized by the Bravia - too bad it is not automatic as it is with some. Anyway what you have to do is have the HDMI cable connected from laptop to TV then go to your desktop - right click on an open area (away from icons), a menu will appear, let the cursor hover over Graphics Options - you'll then see Output To...then you'll see Intel Dual Display Clone...hover over that and you'll then see Notebook + Digital Television...left click on that and you should see your desktop on the TV in a few seconds. If it does not work the first time...get your movie or whatever you want to show up and ready and go thru these steps again...stupidly complicated aye? when it should automatically detect and show...are other TVs like this?
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
SOURCE: Hello My, just bought Sony KDL
I have one of these. It is probably set up for some other program like the HDMI or Input 1 through 5.
You can press your INPUT button, then scroll to the TV function, which should show up on the top.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
SOURCE: I clicked a button by
What input is the cable connected to? (Coax antenna In, component video, composite video)
Look on the remote or the TV itself for a button marked Source or Input. Press this. For some TVs, use the up/down arrows to select the input to which your cable is connected. (TV = coax) On other models, you may need to press the Source button several times to advance between inputs. (I'm assuming you have a remote that works for this feature on the TV; otherwise, use the TV button.)
I hope this helps.
(common modern TV setup: VCR on AV1, DVD player on Component 1, PC to the HDMI/DVI and coax to the antenna in. The source button is needed.)
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
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