Question about TruTech PVS12701 Portable DVD Player
No sound from built in speakers or through any head phone is being received although the screen shows that video is running
Look for a volume control near the bottom of the screen. Slowly move the pointer over the symbols and watch for one that shows volume. Click on that to open it and make certain it is turned up. If there is also a "mixer" click on that to make certain the volumes of the mixer are also turned up.
I will assume you are using windows media player so go down to the bottom of the screen and see where that volume level is set. If all of those are set at the middle setting or higher you should be getting volume. If not, I fear the sound card is kaput and will need to be replace. I hope this fixes it for you.
Posted on May 07, 2014
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