Question about Televison & Video
I can get no sound out of my soundbar
The following instruction depends entirely on the design of your TV and soundbar. Soundbars are a device that considerably newer than TV technology and thus are not subject to the variety of build standards to most modern TVs; but are usually compatible.
Turn off your TV.
If your TV has an audio out, or variable out, connect 2 RCA jacks to the left and right channels from the TV to the left and right inputs on the soundbar. If the soundbar is "active" thus having it's own amplifier source; turn it on.
Turn on the TV and increase volume. The soundbar very likely has it's own volume control. Adjust volume on it.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connecting Panasonic DVD to TV
What kind of cables are you using to hook up the DVD to the TV? Are they they composite, component, or S-Video? What are the connectors you're plugging both ends of the cables into labeled? Are you plugging the audio cables into the TV or directly into the sound system?
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
I was told that these clicking noises (which happen on my Magnavox LCD too) were due to the "power required" at the internal switch. Seems that the power required to immediately turn on the TV is too much for a standalone household outlet, so it "surges" power in a series to get enough there. Hence, the clicking sounds are actually mini power surges to send more power to the internal circuits to turn the TV on.
If your set is like mine, these noises generally stop after a minute or two, correct?
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
This depends on whether you have digital cable box or not. If you have a Digi Cable Box look for the red/white RCA output and connect this via RCA cable to the Red/White Audio input on your surround.
If just Basic Cable look for a red/white audio output on the back of your televison. connect this to the Red/white in on your surround. Could be called tv in or auxillary.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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