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Sanyo dp32642-sound is distorted....sounds stays the same wither with cable or video game console or dvd

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SOURCE: game console and plasma displays

You did not list which console you have and what type of cables it has.

Looks like your plasma has:
1 component
1 composite
1 VGA
1 S-Video

If this is an xbox360 or PS3 then you will want to use the component connection, but this one is already used by the cable tuner. Don't worry there is a solution. The xbox360 and ps3 output a higher resolution that your plasma can handle, so use the component with those systems.

If it is an older console, predating the xbox360, then use the composite or S-video connections.

Since you are short on video inputs, you might need a video switch. A switch with both component and S-video connections for future add-ons.

You can find them all over the web, or your local video store like walmart and best buy. Here is a switch i found on ebay that should work:
http://tinyurl.com/3aoev9

here is the ebay search i used:
http://tinyurl.com/2ograc

Make sure you buy extra cables, most of these boxes do not come with cables, so buy what you need.

I prefer video switches that don't require a power outlet, but it's your choice. Some of the powered switches, have remotes for the lazy people, but I don't need anymore remotes on my table, keep that in mind.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Element 32'' LCD TV, has picture but no sound

The S-video cable doesn't have hookups for audio, only video. It's better than the video coaxial cable. But, you still need to hook up the right and left audio coaxial cables.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: sound problems

Speakers need to be replaced.

i need the brand to be more specific

Posted on May 27, 2009

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SOURCE: i get sound but no picture

If the screen went dark blue, this is the way that sets mute the video to protect the tube. However If the screen is very bright blue with possibly blue lines going through the screen, either the blue gun in the CRT has failed which is unusual but can happen or the driver transistor/IC which drives the blue gun has gone short circuit. If you know how to use a meter, you can perform a comparison check by comparing say the red O/P TX with the blue O/P TX. Ian

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Sanyo DP46849 composite video input malfunction

Sounds like a damaged port or related circuitry. You could take it to a repair shop if you really want to use that port, wouldn't cost too much

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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