Question about RCA P46924 46" Rear Projection Television
I have an RCA Home Theater Projection TV. The sound went out in the middle of a cable-broadcast show. We had not touched a thing on the set or the remote.
The TV is definitely not on mute, and the TV volume at about 1/4 of maximum.
You can hear white noise when you turn the volume up to max.
All the cables (co-axial and jumpers) are pushed in tightly.
There is a DVR/VCR combo connected between the cable line and the TV. There is no sound when we play that unit either.
I rocked the unit back and forth gently to pull it out from the wall so I could see the back.
The only other time we have had trouble, the repairman said there was nothing wrong except an intermittant loose connection. The last time we had this particular problem, the sound came back on by itself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Probably needs a new HV Splitter block, they are very difficult to replace and can usually be accessed thru the front behind the speaker grill and behind convergence board.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
If it's only connected with component video cable (Red, Blue, Green) cable set then no audio has been connected. You will still need to run a set of audio cables (usually White and Red). The other option is to use Composite cables (Yellow, White, Red). A composite cable set has the video on the yellow cable and the audio on the white and red. Component video breaks the video into the three channels.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
disconnect the wii it will eventually ruin your tv game systems can't be used on rear projection because of problems caused you may need to hook everything up at the bottom of the panel and switch back and forth using your remote we had to do that on ours
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: I have an RCA rear
it depends on how you have the box hooked to the tv, is it via cable (co-ax) connection or rca (red yellow white) cables ? You may have the audio hooked wrong or it may be a blown input in which case switch to a new input on the back of the tv (possibly the one you used for game systems). If ur using a co-ax connection from the box try rca cables and if ur using rca try co-ax. If none of this helps call ur cable provider and tell them the box doesn't have any audio and u know it's not ur tv. Usually they will come fix it 4 free and try n educate you to what went wrong.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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