Question about LG Televison & Video
Hdmi splitter and hdmi switcher are different,i bought a hdmi splitter and it works perfect,see details: Amazon com MALLCROWN 3D 1080P 4 Pport Hdmi Splitter with ac power adapter...
Posted on Nov 21, 2016
Well Hi Maria ! Let's get you fixed up.
I want to help you with your question, but I need more information. Maria, with my wireless headphones, I have 2 types:
a)Has 2 "RCA Type" connector plugs, you can identify them simply as one is red(My memory trick is R is 'RED & R for right side, and a white one, for the left side) do you see these plug type connectors that attach to the broadcasting unit that sends the signals to your wireless headphones, so they can go without wires?
b) Or...do you have a broadcasting unit that has 2 different types of plugs, 1 is still a red "RCA type", and the other is a different type, a "BLACK" Plug type ?(It is called a 3.5mm Plug)
If you have "type a)" 1 x Red RCA &
1 x White RCA, then all you need to do is to look at your HDTV manual, an find where the "AV OUT" plugs are, make sure it is the OUT, (Caution: It won't work if there is "NO" audio from some source hooked up to at least one the HDTV's in sources, it could be AV, or HDMI, whatever you chose to use.
Carefully move the HDTV, so you can safely get behind it and locate the AV OUT (Female type) plugs at the back, remember "R" is for RED PLUG & always "RIGHT" Side, and "WHITE" PLUG is for the "LEFT" Side. Hopefully the cords are long enough to get out from behind the HDTV, andto a place where their signal can reach the headphones. If not, I get very inexpensive RCA cables, & other things at "My local DOLLAR STORE, for about $3.00" And you should be set. Remember, Start your headphones with reset, and slowly search until your audio matched the video on the HDTV.
If you have the "type b)" you have 2 options. If you plug just the "RED RCA plug into the back of the HDTV, IMPORTANT** You will ONLY get (Remember "R" red for Right hand side) you only get Right Had Sound (REALLY, who wants that, with all the nice stuff you bought ??)
Soooo... That "BLACK 3.5mm Plug means you have "2" choices
a) Unlikely Choice- If there is a 3.5mm audio OUT Female Plug receiver that accepts the Black plug, then THAT's IT. The Black plug. is like most microphones, headphones, etc, IT HAS BOTH THE LEFT & THE RIGHT SIDE SOUND SIGNALS> Again, if it's not long enough, , go buy an inexpensive extension plug (Factory Direct Store sells a 25 foot extension cable ***FOR ONLY $6.99 ****-
- I love that place !! )
b) if like most HDTVs you have the same 2 RCA type AV out Female Plugs, you will need to buy what is called a
"3.5mm (Female)to RED & White RCA PLUG SPLITTER" -
and guess where you get them reaaly cheap ??
See above !!.
When you have your RCA to 3.5mm Splitter Cable (Hey it's late & I don't remember the right name, I think this is the one !!), plug The "R" for RED to the "Right" side AV RCA plug for AV OUT, & the "White" plug" to the "Left Side" AV out plug,& the 3.5mm Black Plug (female) will plug into the Cordless Headphones Broadcaster's (Male) 3.5mm Black Plug, move the Broadcaster out front so your Headphones can pick up the signal
#1- Always try to be sure that you could draw an imaginary "LINE OF SIGHT" between the Broadcaster Unit, and where you will be wearing the headphones for the best quality of signal (You want to enjoy it now, right !)
#2- BE VERY VERY CAREFU, PATIENT, when you move the HDTV back or foorward. They are EXPENSIVE !! AND !!! IMPORTANT, !! They are a LOT HEAVIER THAN THEY LOOK< AND COULD REALLY HURT YOU,if they fall on you, or you will not feel so smart if after all this, your nice, expensive HDTV, is BROKEN, OK?
PLEASE BE CAREFUL FOLKS !!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since your output is coaxial (rca) you should be able to find an input for coaxial that will work on your surround the setting on your surround will be either coaxial or digital input,
hope this helps
it would help if you said what kind and model of surround you have
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Try using the PROSCAN website customer support, to find the answer to you questions.www.oncorpus.com. You will need some type of adaptor from th coax output to the input of you system. For the wireless problem you may need two adapators one from the tv to you receivers and a sound output to wireless adapator. You can call them at their customer support telephone number 1-888-977-6722. I hope this information helps you with your problems.
Posted on May 21, 2009
get a 3.5mm -> rca adapter. You need to convert from the 3.5mm jack that your speakers uses to the rca jacks that your tv expects.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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