Question about Televison & Video
Is there a way of connecting headphones to the tv
My last tv had a phone jack but I don't see one on this one
may be I am missing something simple or may be I need different type of headphones
I would be great-full for any advise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony Bravia 40
go to your remote contol ( menu )
then you go to the option set up.
then you go to headphones and you can set the volume louder.
You will see that it works fine.
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Posted on Aug 15, 2010
SOURCE: Connecting laptop audio to tv
i had the same issue with a thinkpad T61 which i was connecting using VGA and a audio jack going straqight from the headphone socket to the back of tv.
I had picture but no sound and i found that once connected the issue could be solved by rotating the projection setting on the laptop(Fn+F7). Basically switched back to laptop only display, then back to laptop and projector display again and teh sound just kicked in.
i think it's related to the projector setting on the laptop rather than an issue with the tv.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
Every laptop has at least a VGA (computer video connection) and s-video cable port. A VGA cable is preferred if you want to be able to read text on your LCD TV. Check to make sure that your LCD TV has a VGA connector. It's a port that accepts a 15-pin connection so it's pretty easy to spot if it's there. It's just like a computer monitor cable if that helps. Should be able to find it at any local retail store that carries computers. VGA or RGB cable.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
Unfortunately that is correct, most newer televisions do not come with "Audio Out" or headphone jacks. Its almost assumed that you would be connecting the television to a receiver or audio source of some type that would have these types of connections.
Sorry to break the bad news.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008
You shouldn't need anything plugged into the accessory jacks to get local sound from your set.
Go through the main setup menu and check audio settings; they may be set to turn off the internal speakers to send the sound to a home theatre that you apparently don't have.
Most sets have that as a selection and supply L-R audio for an external system and mute the internal speakers.
FYI: The three connectors you mention are coded as follows:
Red - right channel audio White - left channel audio Yellow - composite video (contains synchronization signals and video)
These may be input connectors (for external VCR/DVD decks) so check your owner's guide to verify.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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