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I cannot hear any sound when i connect the DVD player with the external Speaker amplifier. i have checked all the slots. the leads are installed properly but still cant hear a sound.

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Make sure that your on the right input

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I have no sound from one channel. I have swapped speaker leads (sound just swops with the speaker). I have taken lead out of CD player and touched ends of leads for "earth hum". Only get hum on...


If the sound stays with the speaker, then the problem is with the speaker not the receiver (unless I misunderstand). You state that changing the speakers that the sound stays with the speaker. This means that both channels are producing sound, it is the speaker which is defective. You can verify this by using a 9V battery. Quickly touch the leads from the speakers to the battery. You should hear a pop or click. If the speaker is defecive, you won't hear anything.

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Yes, I can help you. Your DVD player should have output connectors in the back of it to plug your amplifier or receiver into. If you have a Stereo system (no surround sound speakers, or front center speaker) connect the DVD Audio Cables on the back of the DVD player to the STEREO Output Jacks. If it is connected to the Left Front and Right Front jacks of the "Surround Sound" output jacks instead of Stereo is that the dialog on is sent to the CENTER channel output. If you have no center channel speaker you will not hear it.
If you have a surround sound system with two speakers in front and two speaker in back. Then you need to make a change in the Receiver Setup (Which may be set up for 3 speakers in front) so that it is set up for 2 speakers in front.
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If all your connections are made correctly its is possible that one or more of the speakers have shorted out. Some radios will shut down the internal amplifier if it sees a problem.
Best way to check is to remove the radio and access the speaker leads. One speaker at a time take a battery like a 9v and put the positive and negative leads on the terminals of the battery. If the speaker is connected correctly than you should hear the speaker pop. Don't worry it will not damage the speaker. If you do not hear the speaker pop than there is issue between the wire leads and the speaker. Maybe the speaker is blown or just disconnected in the door.
If all the speakers DO pop when you applied the voltage than it is an issue with the deck.
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The bottom range speakers will just have the stereo attachment and will look cheap and will give you bad sound output in a large room.

However if you get active speakers this means that they have an external power source (AC plug) then you will be able to increase the dB power output to the maximum that the speaker will deliver however on bottom end speakers you will get amplitude clipping and speaker cone vibration however it is the cheaper option.

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I know this is not the answer that you want to hear, but: That television is not capable of delivering audio output to all 5 speakers - it is a stereo-only TV, which only delivers 2 channels.

Furthermore, that Coby DVD-937 only has Digital Audio outputs rather than inputs, which is very strange and complicates our problem immensely. You will get 5-channels with DVD or radio play, but getting 5 channels for TV is not possible without additional equipment.

The manual for the Coby mentions a "Digital Decoder Amplifier," which would work. You would connect a digital audio cable from the area marked "Coaxial" on the back of the Coby to a digital audio IN on the back of an external amplifier. You would connect the speakers to this amplifier, instead of directly to the back of the Coby. Then you would need a cable or satellite box with digital audio outs (fairly common nowadays) to another digital audio IN on the back of the amplifier. The cable or sat box you may have already, but you may need to purchase such a "Digital Decoder Amplifier" or other digital amplifier with appropriate speaker wires and 2 digital audio input slots (not to mention two digital audio cables). Fairly complex. Possibly expensive.

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That Coby DVD-937 only has Digital Audio outputs rather than inputs, which is very strange and complicates our problem immensely. You will get 5-channels with DVD or radio play, but getting 5 channels for TV is not possible without additional equipment.

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