Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Plug headphones in no sound. Only from tv
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I am trying to connect
Have you got the TV set to the correct channel ? A lot of the TV's have a PC input, but no sound when that input is selected, so plugging the audio into another input won't allow you to use it as a monitor and have sound at the same time. If it were a desktop PC, you could use a DVI-HDMI convertor and get the sound in that way, but most, if not all, laptops have analogue 15 pin video outputs.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Hi, Ok, I now understand what the problem is. Sorry I missed the fact that it is due to no audio outputs on the TV. The audio board is designed to power low impedance speakers and doesn't have a big power amp to drive them. I do not have a schematic of that particular TV so I do not know how the headphone jack is wired. The way it basically works is, when you insert the plug, the tip pushes a contact away from another contact thus making one circuit and breaking another. You can test this externally by inserting an unwired plug or look at it from the inside and bridge the tip connection. I would only advise this if you have some technical skills. Other than that the thing is working like it was designed, they don't want you to use both. Sorry, I hate to give this type of news, but I am one of the only ones who will. Good Luck to you!
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
if you have a stereo unit(am+fm reciever) that has output to speakers, connect the out jack of the tv to input on back of stereo unit(aux in or cd input) then you can have output to headphone and speakers also.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Chances are your desktop doesn't support audio through HDMI. Try to find a spec sheet for the unit you have, an upgrade may be possible
Posted on May 27, 2010
The only way to accomplish this will require an external amplifier.
Connect the program out to the input of the external amp and use the headphones from there. Disconnect the speakers or turn them off in the audio menu.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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