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No Sound We were give a JVC Master Command Ai TV and there is no sound.

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SOURCE: i have audio cables going from HD 61g887 jvc tv,

After researching it, I read that if you are using HDMI devices on your TV, the sound will not be transmitted through the Analog Audio Output. This is unfortunate!
BUT there are 2 possible solutions:

1) If, by chance, you are only using one HDMI input, make sure it is in HDMI1 so that you can utilize the corresponding Analog Audio Input next to it. It's located directly below INPUT3. Connect your device with both. Make sure that you have the Analog Audio selected in the devices "Sound Menu".

2) The TV has an "Optical Audio Output". If your Philips Surround has this type of Input, then I believe all devices will transmit sound through it from the TV. You just need an Optical Cable.

I really hope I helped!

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

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