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Hookup Audio to new Samsung 52"1080 TV LN52A650


The best way is to check the user manual. If you dont have i can provide one.

Sep 02, 2008 | Onkyo TX-DS575 Receiver

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No volume/sound...just set up TV...


If you are using a generic HDMI or a DVI cable, you will have to provide a optical audio or composite audio cable as well. Only high end HDMI cables transmit video and audio.

Aug 27, 2011 | Sanyo CE42LM4N-NA 42 in. LCD TV

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I would like to hook up my philips hts3544 to my hdtv. i have a satelite receiver in between . i cant always get the hts to provide volume for my tv . can you advise me how to


Manuals answer most of those types of questions.

SAT IN BETWEEN THEM? WHY?? HOW? Treat the SAT as an A/V audio source.

Provide "volume" for the TV?? What's that mean? No sound or no control of it?

Most TV's have multiple Video inputs. The SAT should go STRAIGHT to it. The digital audio, if available on a coaxial digital output, SHOULD be run to the HTS's coax digital input.

The TV speakers will never be under control of the HTS. TheTV volume would handle that end. What's the point? Are the TV speakers BETTER?
The HDMI cable CAN carry the audio to it. As the manual says,

"Make sure that the audio output setting is not turned off. See 'Setup Menu Options - { Audio Setup Page -
HDMI Audio }' for details."

Go to http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/h/ and drill down to the HTS3544/37 directory for the manual. The alpha directories are slow loading. Be patient.

Jun 09, 2011 | Philips HTS3544/37 Theater System

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How to connect samsung hdt550 dvd home entertainment system to cable tv? so the audio outcome would work when watching regular tv as well


The quick and easy way is to take a set of RF cables(the red and white audio cables), from the back of the tv (connected to audio output 1).

You will want to connect these on the other end to your audio reciever(connected to audio input 1).

This way any sound which is produced by the tv will be reproduced at the reciever if you have selected audio input 1 as the source on your audio recievers remote control.


If you are connected this way you will just want to feed all video and audio signals directly into the tv and it will do the rest.

If you provide more details such as the model numbers of every component you are trying to make work together I could provide a much more detailed response.

Good luck, cheers.

Apr 14, 2011 | Samsung Televison & Video

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Surround sound only plays via cd/dvd will not play through normal tv audio. can u help me fix this


Only a digital source can provide true surround. If you're running the audio FROM the TV TO the receiver it is probably analog stereo only.

Why not get your TV-rekated audio from the same source you're watching - like the cable/sat box?

Jun 13, 2010 | Sony HOME THEATER SYSTEM System

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Digital audio cable does nothing?


You need to look at the two sources that don't work for why they're not providing surround.

HINT: It is the rare TV that can provide surround. Video is a TV's strong suit, not Audio. TV's are usually at the end of the audio chain, not the beginning.

TV-related audio always come from somewhere else than the TV, so get it from the source, not the TV.

May 03, 2010 | Samsung HT-TQ85 System

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Problem getting home theatre sytem to play audio when watching tv


you need the red and white audio cable hooked into the AUDIO OUT connectors on the tv and the other end of the red and white cables into the AUDIO IN in tv to the media center (main Bose unit).....If your tv does not provide AUDIO OUT connectors, you cannot connect the tv audio to the 3-2-1 system. Continue using your tv speakers for sound.

Dec 26, 2008 | Samsung 1000W 5.1-Ch. Home Theater System...

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MAGNAVOX 27-inch STEREO TV w/CRT display


Hello obpett,

You may have a problem whit your audio section of your TV. This would be troubleshot in the following manner: Using a schematic diagram working back from the speakers locate the point at which you get an indication of audio signal, using either an oscilloscope or a audio test amplifier with probes. This will let you know the stage at which audio drops out. If the audio is part of a single processor the test at the out put of the processor to the amplifier, this will determine if there really is audio going into the audio amplifier. If there is no audio then the problem is in the processor or the stage prior to the amplifier. If there is audio at this point then the problem is in the amplifier or in its biasing circuitry. Now if you know nothing about electronics, I would suggest that you take your TV to a TV repair shop. If you do have experience you will need a schematic diagram of your TV, a multimeter, an audio test amplifier, and an oscilloscope to perform these tests mentioned above. I hope this helps.

Let me give the reason I do things this way. While I want to provide a service I feel, that I bear some responsibility in the actions that you may do in reference to your TV set. So while I am here to provide help, I will always tell a customer to go to the proper repair facilities first, before attempting repairs, I know this seems odd but to just tell a person go do this or that is not wise thing to do in a legal sense. In an event as stated if you do not have experience in electronics, I would suggest going to your local TV repair shop.

Thank you,

Shuttle83

Nov 22, 2007 | Televison & Video

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