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I have a Sony KV-27XBR55 TV, that wont display signal (Video nor sound) it only displays 0 0000 on the Channel input


It sounds like you are in the service menu---aside from the zeros what if anything else can be seen?

The set does have (all Sony sets do) a reset done only with the original Sony remote.

Dec 21, 2012 | Televison & Video

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I cant get the tv to go through the surround sound i can only get the surround sound to play when its a dvd playing do i need another wire to go from the dvd player or will it not work no matter what plz...


If you've got the Audio Input Source set as TV-Audio and it won't play as Surround Sound then you'll need to connect the Audio Out from your TV (if it has one?) to the Audio AUX IN on your LH-T360SE and change the Audio Input Source to AUX.

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Trying to connect BA735 speakers to a MacBook? No sound? Are they compatible?


Those speakers were originally supplied with Gateway computer system that had sound cards with digital outputs. While some versions had analog and digital sound inputs, most often the speakers had digital input only. The on-board sound in the eMachines is analog output only, so the speakers are most likely not compatible with your computer. If you want to use those speakers, you will need to locate a PCI sound card with digital output.

It's a matter of the output from the computer's sound card (built-in) being incompatible with the speaker input. The card is sending out analog sound wile the speakers are expecting digital input. Downloading a driver won't help because that doesn't fix the root problem. You need to get speakers designed for analog input, or a sound card with digital output. As it stands now, your computer just can't use those speakers.

Since your using a MacBook there is no option for this Pci Digital Sound Card.

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Sound no picture


backlight invertor board/does it flash when powered on

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I cant figure out how to get my playstations 3's audio to play through my koss surround sound


Hook your video source up to the display (TV), and run your audio cables to an input on your surround sound receiver. Note which input the audio cables are hooked up to and set the surround sound receiver to that channel on the front of the receiver. For example, if you hook up the audio inputs to "AUX" in, then make sure you select "AUX" on the front of the receiver. If you hook up the audio input to "DVD" on rear of receiver, make sure you select "DVD" on the front of the receiver. The connections on the rear of the receiver have to match the selection on the front of the receiver. Make sure that the cables are hooked up to "INPUT" on the surround sound receiver. It doesn't matter how the inputs are labeled (DVD, AUX, etc.) they all do the same thing. Check volume and mute controls on receiver as well. I know it sounds trivial, but sometimes it's the little things that get overlooked and cause problems. I hope this helps and good luck.

Oct 28, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Does it matter where the spring on the back latch on? i pulled them off and now no sound?


Sounds to me like you may have pulled off a wire when you were removing your tension springs. Yes, it matters. There's not really a cool mod you can do with your tensioner springs. If you ickups were floating completely free of the guitar, they woudl still make a sound. The only way to have no sound at all is if you pulled a wire from your input jack, or alternately your volume pot.

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Whistling sound coming from output


Does the whistling show up no matter what you have selected for an input?
Disconnect all the inputs to the receiver and try listening again.
Let me know.
Thanks

Feb 02, 2009 | JVC RX-6042 Receiver

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Sound


Hi,

Three (3) possible ways:
1. use the audio out of the TV (if available) which would normally be red/white RCA and connect to any of the free INputs of your DVD surround sound system;
2. remove the cable INput of your TV and feed it to a tuner such as those in a VCR or any other device (some DVDs have TV tuners also). The VCR's Video OUTput would go to your TV while the Audio OUTput would go to any of the free INputs of your DVD surround sound system;
3. if your cable uses a box/decoder and has the yellow, red & white RCA, its a matter of splitting the red/white signal to feed both your TV and DVD surround sound system or simply remove them from the TV and feed them to the DVD surround sound system.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

May 04, 2008 | Televison & Video

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