Question about Sony Televison & Video
if you're using the HDMI cable then the sound will be carried via that cable along with the Video signal. If you're connected via RCA's the Stereo output will be the Mini-HIFI jack that looks like the earphone jack on most cell phones. The Bravia also has the option for Optical output.
Posted on Aug 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
While a modern PAL TV can display NTSC sources (namely DVD players and PAL VHS players that support pseudo-NTSC), an NTSC TV can not display a PAL source, unless it's an expensive multi-standard TV. Sorry pal, bad choice.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: connecting speakers.
The speakers cannot be connected directly to the audio outputs. These outputs are for use with an external amplifier. Connecting speakers directly to these audio outputs can cause damage to the set. Thanks
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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Check the connections between the cable box and the TV. If you are using scart check the connector is in squarely if using rgb or composite you need a separate audio connection using the red and white phon sockets.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
YOU LIVE IN A BAD RECEPTION AREA WHERE DIGITAL IS NOT WORKING WELL......
LOOKS LIKE U HAVE TO SWITCH TO ANALOG.....
UNTIL THIS PROBLEM IS SOLVED IN UR AREA.....
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
There is usually three ways to connect a TV to a Surround Sound system:
1. Optical Audio Cable (Fiber Optic)
2. Coaxial Audio Cable (Orange)
3. Composite Audio Cables (Left - White, Right - Red)
Once you select a cable to use that is compatible with both devices, you must then connect it to the output on the TV set, and one of the inputs on the Surround Sound Receiver (preferably the Video Input or whatever type you selected to use). Then you must change the input on the Receiver to the proper input that you connected the cable to (most Receivers will have a Source Button if not individual source buttons i.e. Tuner, Tape, CD, Video, Aux, etc.).
Note: Some Receivers if using a certain type of input will not have sound out of all 5 speakers unless the input is 5.1 compatible.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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