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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No sound through TV
In case you connect the System to a TV set using the Scart Connector, only the video signal is terminated, Audio is actually not wired inside the SB100 Scart connector.
Sound will only be amplified through the system itself (through the satelites and Sub) it can not be utilized as a stand-alone DVD player.
So after connecting your surround speakers the problem will be solved
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
If you have direct cable into the television, you will need to use an audio output if available on the back of your set into your HT system.
If you are using cable w/ a cable box you have two options. You can still connect everything directly into the TV then reroute the audio to the HT system... or, you could hook only video to the TV and audio from the cable box to the HT system. Really up to you.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
You should have a AUDIO menu in which you can simulate true surround sound. This should be in your owners manual. Your DVD is recorded in dolby surround sound that's why on your set it will be reproduced as recorded. I hope Samsung is using a ATSC tuner in that model?
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
SOURCE: I just bought the 52
Is the volume on the dish network device turned all of the way dowm?
Is the dish network connected to its pwn input on the SS system and did you turn the SS system to that input ?
Are you using the analog input (red and white) cables to the input from the TV to the SS System?, not from the SS box? This is not the correct setup?
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
On your Sagem TV you should have two RCA ouputs (red and white connection usually marked ouput) ) Connect these to the input on the surround system using the interlink cable.
You should then be able to hear the sound from the TV by changing the SOURCE on the home cinema remote.
Better still if you have a digital out on your TV use that instead.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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