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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not entirely sure what the problem is. You should have Two RCA outputs (left and right) from the TV. These plug into the surround decoder, it decodes the dolby and provides 4 or more outputs for speakers. If I have misunderstood you then please comment before rating badly
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
I have fixed this by puchasing a scart to audio and video separate using a digi freeview then routing the sound into an amplified pair of computer desk top speakers. Video into TV and bingo. only drawback is that sound cannot be operated remotely. But I now have a good picture and even better sound. For the price of a lead and connectors and speakers it has given me a decent set up. But dont buy a swiss tec 19" unless you like really crap sound. Geoff
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
All you need to do is follow the following directions on your TV and you will be on your way listening to your great Philips TV on your great Sony Surround Sound. You do not need to buy any other cords or anything else. Its just a setting on your TV that needs to be adjusted.
By the way, I have a Sony Home Thearte System DAV-HDX275 and I've had it for almost 8 months and its sounds good with my TV and Movies. The speakers are very cheap and it doesn't give you the sound you expect. So I came accross some Boston Accustics CR65's that are not sold anymore but they did run around $700 a peice. I am upgrading the Reciever very soon to a better qualtiy Reciever. This Surround Sound System is great for a starter Surround Sound System.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
First try hooking up a different source such as a DVD player or Cable box and see if you have audio. If you do then check the audio output from the computer. If you do not have audio then make sure the tv audio is up half way and turn off the set. When you do this you should hear the down chime provided you have the chime turned "on". If you do not hear the down or up chime then the sudio circuits on the Main bd are bad and the Main bd will have to be replaced. A quick way to check to see if the audio circuits are working is to listen for the up or down chime when turning on of off the set coming from the tv speakers speakers.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
I had a similar problem with my Philips home theater.
What I did was to go through the set-up again with the manual in hand and I got the speakers working but I sill have problems with radio the sations.
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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