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HDMI carries both video and audio.
Do you get video and audio on TV. Just to be sure.
Now are the external speakers powered ?
are you connecting the Speakers to Audio Out of the TV ?
By the way, I cannot see any RCA port that is output port on your NEC plasma. NEC 50XM4 User Manual Specifications The audio input is for audio from dvd for example.
It sounds like the video output isn't working its most likely a component failure 1 thing you could try is connecting a rca cables from video/audio out on the set to another set vid/audio inputs to see if it the video gets through.This is a problem that requires technical knowledge and test equipment to trace the video signeal
There are more than two methods of hooking up the DVD player. 1) Get a 5pin component cable with Red, Green & Blue pins. Connect the DVD Player's RGB out pins to the TV's RGB in socket. This will take care of the picture. Then for sound you will need the second set of Red & White cable. Connect the Red & White pins to the DVD players audio out socket (Red for right channel and White for Left channel ). The other end of the cable you can connect to the Red & White socket next to the RGB socket where you have connected the Video. Play a DVD and scroll through the inputs slowly. You will see the picture appear on one of your selections.
no this would work fine but do not use high volume for long periouds Check youre settings as you may have the wrong rgb sound input set try diverent sound inputs double check that ther is sound on the input lead hope this helped
Yes problem is repairable sounds like the mainboard (video) needs replacement because the rgb is part of this board along with the rest of your inputs this should fix your problem. There are some models where rgb is seperate but not many I will need the model number of your Maxent to be of further help.
if I understand your question properly.. its because your direct tv output doesnt broadcast in high def so its giving you the standard tv definition inputs which are RGB or Component.so you will lose picture quality cos its running at fewer lines or pixels. hope this helps