Question about Televison & Video
A toslink is an optical audio cable. Not an rca (red and white plugs) cable. U probably have a digital audio cable....if it has one rc male at each end. Usually denoted by an orange color. It doesn't matter where u are in the world. Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
Toslink is usually fibre optic.
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HDMI Cable?
Although you may not be able to locate a cable with one HDMI male end and one USB male end, it is possible you may find a solution with an adapter.
I recommend looking for an adapter that will accept USB input and output to either HDMI or DVI. If you only locate DVI, you can then add a DVI to HDMI adapter at the end.
Be aware with these extra pieces and signal transfers included, it may degrade the quality of your picture.
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Posted on Jul 09, 2008
This may be more of a computer problem then a TV. If I'm right, here's the solution:
Computers don't always recognize video output without a little assistance. You should plug your computer back into your normal computer screen AND your TV at the same time. I guess that only works if your computer has two VGA outputs, but most desktop PCs do. Anyways, once that's done, open up your computers display settings and try to get it to recognize the TV from there (be sure the TV is on the correct input while you do this).
If you need more help with the computer side of this, let me know. Also list your computer's model and your operating system.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
SOURCE: I have no sound from
A common occurrence is audio circuit getting damaged when you plug/unplug the cables. That is particularly common if you disconnect or connect cables with power on.
Double check cables. Check audio settings and test the TV using headphones (or speakers on audio jack). If speakers work the problem is either settings or the plate with AV connectors, which integrated with main digital board inside TV.
If settings are OK, connections are OK and there is no audio, then the TV is defective. In that case the TV must be tested.
Here extract from service documentation describing testing when there is no sound:
"Check Pin (53) of IC2001Pins (1) and (7) of IC3302, IC3303, IC3304
Are inputs at Pins (2) and (4) as well as outputs at Pins (8) and (12), all of IC3305, as specified?
Check if muting effect is on. Check the FSMUTE line.
Check IC3302- 3304 and their peripheral parts.
Are input and output of IC3301 as specified?
Check IC3304 and its peripheral parts.
Check the line in question, IC3304 and its peripheral part
Check Pin (58) of IC2001
Are outputs at Pins (14) and (15) of IC3501 as specified?
Check the line in question
Check the LMUTE linheck IC3501, IC3301 and its peripheral parts
Is output at Pins (15) and (16) of tuner as specified?
Is input at Pin (67) of IC3301 as specified?
Check IC3304, X3301 and their peripheral partCheck the tuner and its peripheral partCheck Q3201, Q3202 and their peripheral partNo sound from output line."
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
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