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Reciever Blown out?

The system does not accept AV Inputs, it will not play sound through the speakers. The radio will work through the speakers.

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Sweet..worked perfect!

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Re: Reciever Blown out?

When you select the av input on the remote,hit the menu button,it should give you a few options,select the av input you have your connections in and select analog if its analog.coax if coax.etc.i select analog because thats what i use and sound comes through after that.hope this helps,its not too detailed because this is from memory because my player just stopped working.don't know why mine stopped working.

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Can't get sound to come from speakers with tv only the radio

You didn't give the brand and model of your TV, and I can't try to find a manual and see what kind of AV connections it has available. So here's some general information.

Many TV sets only have input jacks for external sources like DVD players or cable boxes. When you select an external source, or use the set's internal tuner for TV programming, the video and audio play through the TV. The trouble is that if the set has no audio output jacks, there's no way to get a sound signal out. The TV accepts only inputs

When the TV is part of a home theater system, most people use it just as a video monitor. All AV sources connect to the receiver, and audio is sent from there to the speakers. A video output from the receiver goes to the TV so you can see the picture, and the TV's speakers aren't used. If you have a cable box, FiOS set-top box or satellite receiver for your TV channels, they connect to the receiver too, since they're just another external source.

This doesn't work if you rely on the TV's internal tuner for TV channels, though. This might be the case, for instance, if you have a cable system where a converter box isn't required and your cable connects right to the TV. When you're watching regular TV, then, the sound comes through the set's internal speakers. If there's no audio output available on your TV, that's your only option.

As I said earlier, many TV's have only audio inputs. But some have audio output jacks as well, so the sound has a way out. If yours does, you can connect them to one of the inputs on the home theater receiver. Then when you select that input you'll get the TV sound through the speakers connected to the receiver. Depending on the design of the TV, you may need to leave the TV volume turned up. Some sets have outputs that are follow the TV's volume setting. On others, the output is an independent fixed level. Then you can turn the TV volume down and use just the receiver's speakers if you want.

Check the connections available on your TV and look for a set of "audio out" jacks. Your TV's owner's manual should have a section explaining how to connect it in different ways. If you need a copy, most manufacturers have manuals for download on their website.

Good luck with your sound, and thanks for using Fixya!

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MAke sure your channel selection is correct.

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Only x2 of my speakers and sub is working for my lg ht503 digital receiver

do a speaker check if the speakers work change accoustic 5.1 settings until all speakers play if not swap speaker connections to see if speakers are faulty or channels on reciever is blown and replace accordingly

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When I play a CD or DVD the sound plays normally, but when we try to watch TV the volume has to be adjusted to maximum and we can still barely here it.

thats correct man if your running sound from your tv to the reciever it is sharing the signal strenghth with the reciever and i will sound very weak the only way to correct that is to turn off your tv speakers and use your reciever as your primary sound source for the tv sound

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connect all source devices to the Sony LCD tv inputs. and connect the audio output from the tv to the aux input or any one input of the audio reciever. This way you can just leave the av reciever on and control all the input switching with te tv remote. Avoid connecting all the av sources to the reciever and the tv as a monitor from the video out of the av reciever. Just use the av reciever to reproduce the desired audio and do all the input switching with the tv remote. This will simplify the operation an lessen the chance of someone changing the audio settings of the av reciever.

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Rear speakers not working

Your FM tuner will only generate sound from the front sepakers. CD's, Tape, and I guess mp3 player, as well, will only play through the front speakers.
I've included a link for the manual. The audio on this rig is pretty complex. read through the info, especially pages 11,12,13, and play with the audio controls.

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Won't play sound out of the AV. 1 and 2

You probably have the av inputs set to digital instead of analog. The easiest way to fix this is to turn the theater system on, turn it to one of the the inputs, then hit menu on the remote. You will cycle through some options with the right arrow until you get to "input", which will offer av 1 and av 2, you can select either one with the ok button. then you will get some more options, analog - optical - coaxial, the first one that shows up is the one you've got currently selected. unless you're using one of the other audio input formats, the system should most likely be set to analog. You will probably need to do this with both inputs.

You have to do this every time the system loses power in my experience.

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you may have a blown fuse. check that first. Very if it still has a power.

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Surround sound help

A few questions... What components are involved? How are they connected? Can you hear sound from the speakers for any other input device i.e. radio, cd, vhs, etc.? I suspect that there is an issue with the way the system is connected. I have the Surround sound output from my DVD player connected to the digital surround sound input on my reciever. I'm using digital coax cable (looks like a "normal" RCA cable), not the optical fiber connection. I had to buy a special cable for the digital surround sound. A normal RCA cable would not work. I don't know why. If you're using a similar connection, that could be your issue. make sure that the output and inputs you're using are compatible. A digital surround sound connection (in or out) can't be connected to an analog connector (in or out). Remember, Digital to Digital with a Digital capable cable; Analog to Analog with an Analog capable cable. If this is not your issue, post back here with more info and we'll see what we can figure out.

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