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SOund Problem I can be watching a show for some time and then the Audio completely goes. I will switch to a different channel and the audio may or may not work. This has never happened with my high definition channel but is frequently happening with the other channels. I read the manual and all the setting seem to be set up correctly.

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Doesn't sound like your TV... that sounds like your set-top box cutting in and out.

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No sound

Try putting in a DVD or VCR tape..if they don't make any sound either...than you have probably blown an audio board fuse... But I bet that they will have sound which in that case the problem is more than likely the cable ITSELF not the box... the cable that carries the signal your tv has video on one wire and audio on another.. then sheilding etc.. it's probably got a short in audio ( I have seen brand new cables to do this so even if it looks ok try different one.) if that don't work... hook a different tv up at that location and see what happens... and then it's to call cable company to come fix the box which probably blew up scrambler... which would show that the output is working fine but unfortunately your tv is not able to dis cipher the audio because it's a tv not a cable decoding device...I hope that helps you.

Jun 22, 2012 | Sony KDS-R60XBR1 60" Projection HDTV

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Pt-50lc14 no sound on ch8, has sound on all others

The channel memorised on channel 8 is set to another AUDIO frequency or audio mode. You need to check the setting of the channel 7 to confirm and reset using the manual tuning to reset the audio mode.Since you have not mentioned the place of residence, say for instance PAL system has different audio modes.

Nov 29, 2011 | Panasonic Projection Televisions

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Sound goes out for certain programs or commercials on different channels, but not all of them

Check your tv's audio settings. If there is an "SAP" button on your remote try hitting that. It stands for secondary audio program. Most manufacturers put it near the corners of the remote leaving it prone to getting hit without knowing. Most shows are broadcast with a spanish version of the audio. Hitting that button should allow you to hear it, but some tv networks do not broadcast the SAP audio making it seem like there is no audio. It usually affects more than one channel, and commercials do not broadcast SAP either.

Jan 20, 2010 | JVC AV-56P575 56" Rear Projection...

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I have just hooked up a dvd player to the TV, and we watched it one time just fine. Now when we try to watch a DVD we just get an audio sound for about 2 seconds, and then nothing at all. There is no...

have you attempted a different video source into the TV (Gaming system, another DVD player, Reciever)?
The issue may be that the cables you are using may be old, and are severely damaged. inside of those cables is a standard RG-59 Coaxial Line that is extremely flimsie.
try and use separate cables or a separate input.
If the input change works, is most likely the switchboard on your TV (Hardware) and will need to be serviced. Another option to use is a Video switch ($35USD), and not pay $300+ for system repairs.

Aug 27, 2009 | RCA HDLP50W151 50" Rear Projection HDTV

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I have a Star Choice canadian Satellite and hooked up the DVI to the HDMI on my Tv I get a great HD picture but no sound i tried the Audio cable as per the instructions but still no sound will i need a...

dvi is just video. hdmi has both video and audio. dvi is still used because it is a standard for computers.

connect the audio from the audio rca jack to your TV / speakers. If you have surround sound you should use the SPDIF optical audio port - it'll be cleaner and support all channels.

Remember audio has to go to an amplifier or all-in-one box, which goes to your speakers. If your speakers are built into your tv you should be able to plug it in directly and then select the audio channel on your TV. If you plug it in and you still don't hear anything it's a problem with selecting the correct audio input on your TV / amplifier

Dec 06, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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No sound

A DVI cable does not have an audio connection, along with the DVI you still have to run an audio line from the device (DVD player, cable box, satellite receiver) to the TV. HDMI contains both audio and video.

Sep 30, 2008 | Hitachi 57F500 57" Rear Projection...

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Programming Channels

If the set has been unplugged or has had a disruption in the power it may have to be setup again. Try going into your menu and go to the setup . Look around in setup for channel search of some kind. The set will search for channel signals in your area automatically once you tell it to. Then you should have the channels back. If this works then after it has run its search go to the AUDIO part of the menu and check that mute is off and that you did not turn off the internal speakers. If you are lucky and your set has plugins for external speakers, you can just get speakers to use with the set, but this is pretty rare. Check the rear panel on the set and see whats there. Most sets have an AUDIO OUT plugs that will pass the sound through your set to a home stereo for sound. Just run the lines from the audio out on the set to audio in on the amp or receiver of the sound system you have. Audio out will have a red and white plugs and just keep the red to red and white to white when hooking it up.

Sep 27, 2008 | RCA P52940 52" Rear Projection Television

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Audio problem... channel with no sound

make sure your S.A.P feature is turned off. S.A.P. stands for separate audio program.

Apr 25, 2008 | Toshiba 56HM66 56" Projection HDTV

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No sound on about half of the channels

Press the menu button on the remote then select #1 AUDIO once in that screen select #3 AUDIO PROCESSOR thats where you will have the selection of MONO, STEREO or SAP.

Mar 15, 2007 | GE 46GW947 46" Rear Projection Television

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