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How do I turn off the internal speakers, when connecting to home theatre stereo or head phone

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Its due to 2.1 channel sound input from your PC. Your Laptop supports only 2.1 channel sound so all the 5 speakers cant be played at a time! You need 5.1 channel input to work all 5 speakers

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I think you must change the settings and try it out! it will make a great change.

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just an idea maybe check the position of speaker select switch some models have
a or b
or a+b

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Set won't turn on. Was working fine last evening. Now nothing.


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I am having 21 inch onida black 200 tv .I have recently bought philips home theatre. please let me know how to turn off internal speakers of onida tv and how to turn on external speakers to send audio...


By the looks of it, the only output you can use from the tv will be using the 2.5mm jack plug headphone socket, get a cable to convert this into twin phone (red/white) for stereo sound to your amplifier. (they are very cheap £2 or so) The Home theatre system should be able to give you a psuedo surround but you wont get full surround.

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I have a Dynex Flat Pannel TV with a DVD player in the TV. I have it hooked up to my HD line coming into the house. My question is: Is there a way to hook speparate speakers from the TV and by-pas the...


Yes you can provided your tv-has a headphone jack. Just plug in any regular computer speakers or the like into the headphones jack and the audio output would be switched to external speakers automatically. On the contrary if your tv does not have a headphone jack then you will need to obtain a home-theatre system and connect the stereo audio out ports to the audio in of the home theatre system. They have become very affordable these days and I have seen a Philips home theatre system(2.1) starting at around 120$.

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When i turn on my stereo system it shows "protect"


Hi,
Protect mode is an error code detected by the processor. A lot of possible fault is caused by this error code. This maybe external connection or internal problem. First dis-connect all the input/speaker/antenna connected in the unit. While it is unplug on the wall power it on for a min to drain all the stored electricity on the cap. After this you can try to plug it and power it on. If the symptom is still there this is an indication that you have an internal problem. If the unit works normally then the problem is between what you have been disconnected. The high chance of fault is the speaker wire or the speaker itself.
I've advice you to send it to repair shop to isolate the problem because the caused might coming from the bad power supply, fault in pre-amplifier stage, fault in output IC. This is quite technical.
Also check if the unit is under warranty before taking any action which will void the warranty.
Hope it may help you.
Have a nice day!
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I assume you are referring to powered external speakers (not an internal PC speaker) in which case you need to plug in to the green headphone output.

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I have F&D home theatre i want to connect it to laptop


go to radio shack or walmart . get a cable that has an 1/8th inch stereo plug on one end and two (male) rca plugs on the other end.
make sure your volume is not all the way up on either the computer or the stereo.
plug the 1/8 inch plug into your "speaker or headphone" jack on the laptop.
plug the red and white (male) rca plugs into the auxilary or cd "IN" on the home theatre.
Power up the stereo, make your source on the home theatre the Auxilary or CD, whichever you used to plug the RCA's into.
now you should hear anything from the laptop through the home theatre.
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Dont now your sytem but check Home theatre sytem must be switch to 5.1 display and not dvd display. if stil no sound check in setup off dvd for soundsetting like PCM, RAW , 5.1etc and select each one till you get desired sound.

Presume your conections from dvd to hometheater is conected 5.1 cables or 1 digital cable and not stereo(2cables)

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get a stereo to phono cord.
connect the stereo pin to the ipod (ear pin) and connect the phono cord the the input section of the home theatre.
after all this just put on everything and start the music on the ipod.
if it does not come just increase the volume of your home theatre.

hope to hear favourably from u.
thank u and good luck.
have a nice day.

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just an idea maybe check the position of speaker select switch some models have
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or a+b

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This means that you have purchased a three piece home theatre system. Two tweeters and a sub-woofer. Assuming you are using a Stereo player (Tape/CD/DVC)you have to connect the Left Output of the Stereo placer to the Left Input at the back of the Sub-Woofer and the Right output to the Right input of the subwoofer by cables. Then take tweeters and connect them to Right speaker and Left speaker output at the back of the sub-woofer ( note if the speakers are marked L/R, then connect them to the subwoofer output accordingly. In case you are using a 5.1 player, then only connect the front right and front left to the Right and Left input at the back of the subwoofer. You are and you can now start playing your music or movies and and you will get theatre quality sound.

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