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First check your TV setup menu to see if your TV audio preferences are set to PC audio. That is a setting that sends audio out through your PC cables instead of the TV speakers. It may also have been set to mute through a remote.
Have you enabled the external speaker option on your TV and the set isn't on Mute? Check that you have the surround system's receiver set to the correct input. Next, check the audio level. On some sources for the TV, I need the volume at 65. Other sources sound fine with the receiver at 45. Check that the audio matches that being sent by the TV. On my TV, I needed to go to the Menu > Audio Settings to find the option for turning on the external speakers. Then I had to set the speaker system to Multi-Channel for our specific setup. (There were several options, including Dolby. For my specific setup, these other options didn't give the correct sound.) Finally try a different audio cable between the TV and the receiver.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the make and model number of your TV for additional advice. Adding the type of connection (digital audio (optical/coaxial), HDMI, RCA) will help me suggest potential problem areas.
hi there, i need to know what type of antena i have to buy for tataung tv model no: P42BSMT year:2005 .do i need any thing else to get the tv started? i really appreciate your reply . Thank you . Sakib .
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.
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.
Nope sorry to tell you , the sound processor circuit has a fault and unless its under warranty be prepared to spend a hefty 400 to 600 bucks for the board.. Its not a set you can service unless you have the proper jigs and equipment. that why when i say buy an extended warranty on these sets, LISTEN TO ME!!! dont listen to a person who hasent a clue what it takes now a days to fix a plasma or a LCD tv set.. Good LUck