The audio signal is ahead of the video. I thought it was the TV and returned it and got another; same problem. It take about 30 minutes for it to happen after the set is turned on or reset. I am using the coaxial connection from the Verizon digitial set box to the TV. I have used three plug RCA cables with the same problem.
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Your Sylvania player probably has three outputs: right audio (red), left audio (white), and video (yellow). Use a corresponding three conductor cable to connect to corresponding inputs on the rear of your Westinghouse TV (if it has them).
I am assuming you are looking for a way to get a video signal from the TV to the recorder. Most TVs already have a composite video input. If you want to get a signal to your recorder, there are HDMI to composite video converters available for around $30 US. There are also composite video to HDMI converters. You can then get the audio from the audio out (headphone) jack.
Do any other OTA channels break up on this TV? Look through your setup options menu for a TV reset (memory or restore default or a similar command) . Do the reset and exit the menus (save the action on most TVs); then return and rescan the OTA channels.
On a different brand of TV this worked. The channel had broken up for several weeks; the reset was used when the channel finally became totally corrupted (no video on one sub-channel, no audio on the other).
Some tuners need a stronger signal to be stable; you may need an amplifier on your antenna.
There can be several causes for this, few of which you can do anything about. However, a few things to try:
1) Replace the batteries on your remote control. 2) Try resetting the logic functions on yourtv by unplugging it for a minute, then plugging it back in. 3) Try covering up the infra-red receptor on the front of your TV to see if you're getting unwanted signals from the receptor. taping a piece of foil over that area is perfect. If it doesn't stop after doing these two things you'll probably need to take it to a shop. 4) If this does stop it, then look for unexpected signal sources. Have you added a remote control extender? Added a new device to your audio-videosystem? Changed to a new remote?
please check to see which video you connect to for example video 1 then go to source/input on remote and enter video1 . if this don"t work the TV has a picture output problem.Let tv repair guy look at it.
Usually the video lags behind the audio. The reason is the video, in many TVs, takes longer to process than the audio coming direct from the device. To solve this, the audio needs to be delayed. This can be done by 1. Using the tv audio output. Most TVs sync the audio to the picture and this 'synced' audio is available at the output jack of the tv. 2. Delay the audio coming out of the device. Many home receivers have a 'Lipsync' feature designed for this issue. The setting is usually between 50 to 500 milliseconds of delay, depending on the TVs video processing time.
I hope this is clear and can help.
Try call Westingtonhouse for service at this number. By Phone:
For help with the following:
Installation or operation of your Westinghouse Digital LCD products
Service to obtain service an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) is needed
Refurbished product service request
Our service and support team is available:
Monday through Saturday
9 AM - 9 PM Eastern Time 1 (866) 287-5555 Note regarding LCD Drivers
Since Westinghouse LCD TVs and Monitors are plug-and-play devices, they
do not require any drivers. If your computer is unable to display at
the recommended resolution, please check your graphics card to see if
it supports the recommended resolution. You can periodically check the
graphics card manufacturer's website for any updates. I hope this helps you with your problem.
I found that with my Westinghouse SK26H240S lcd tv. that when you turn down the blacklight feature you get a hum thru the audio. so I just turned the blacklight feature to the max and the problem went away, no more audio hum.