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I have RCA Model RLDED5078A-D TV and have no sound.

Check audio see if speakers on if ok check input or source

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SOURCE: Blink on Sharp Aquos LC-32D43U

If your using a HD converter box, there is usually a blink when switching from an HD channel to a non HD channel. It is just adjusting from different pictures modes such as changing from a 480i channel/show to a 1080i channel. If this is the case, its perfectly normal.

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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SOURCE: No Picture from Component Input #1 or #2 but do have audio via Surrond Sound

Simplest thing would be that your component cables are not HU'd correctly. Having them reversed would do this.


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Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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SOURCE: component input- no audio/video signal

copy protect circut may be going bad or the component cicut has now failed

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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SOURCE: wireless speakers to audio devices having no audio output

you can find all kinds of adapters for RCA or phone jack to anytype of connectors at best buy or circuit city, if not Radioshak probably have them. just ask for a cable adapter to the type of connector transformation you need for the speakers.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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The RCA audio plugs on the back of your TV are for input only, the only way to get sound out of the TV is to use the Optical Digital Audio Out plug in the back of your TV.

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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Why do you need to use RCA cables as a TV will produce sound through the internal speakers without any cables required.

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Does your receiver have a set of rca connectors labeled "tape out" or "tape monitor" those might work as a better output. As far as the delay goes, if you have your tv hooked up via hdmi, then you will not be able to get the audio to sync up with it. the tv takes longer to decode and display an hdmi output than your receiver does for an audio input.

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Have you enabled the external speaker option on your TV and the set isn't on Mute? Check that you have the surround system's receiver set to the correct input. Next, check the audio level. On some sources for the TV, I need the volume at 65. Other sources sound fine with the receiver at 45. Check that the audio matches that being sent by the TV. On my TV, I needed to go to the Menu > Audio Settings to find the option for turning on the external speakers. Then I had to set the speaker system to Multi-Channel for our specific setup. (There were several options, including Dolby. For my specific setup, these other options didn't give the correct sound.) Finally try a different audio cable between the TV and the receiver.

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the make and model number of your TV for additional advice. Adding the type of connection (digital audio (optical/coaxial), HDMI, RCA) will help me suggest potential problem areas.

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its not clear in the video if what kind of source (dvd, pc etc) did you hooked up in the tv. ok, the first thing you need to check will be the connection from the output jack of the source going to the component input of the tv. if you are using the 3 colored rca connector, the yellow must be connected to the video out of the source then the other end to the video input of the tv. the red and white must be plug to the audio output of the source then the other end at the audio input jack of the tv. then select the right component input settings in the tv like av, av2 , etc. making sure also your speaker set up in the tv is ON, then have proper volume adjustment in the tv.

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Have lenoxx ht 500 surround sound speakers & dvd but dvd is broken, need to purchase another dvd player but can't source lenoxx model, what other models can i connect surround sound to? or whe


If your surround sound receiver unit has rca audio inputs(red/white), you can hook up any brand of DVD player that has rca outputs. You would hook the yellow output from DVD player to yellow input on TV. Hook red/white output from DVD player to red/white input on surround receiver. Hope this helps.

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Can't get sound to come from speakers with tv only the radio


You didn't give the brand and model of your TV, and I can't try to find a manual and see what kind of AV connections it has available. So here's some general information.

Many TV sets only have input jacks for external sources like DVD players or cable boxes. When you select an external source, or use the set's internal tuner for TV programming, the video and audio play through the TV. The trouble is that if the set has no audio output jacks, there's no way to get a sound signal out. The TV accepts only inputs

When the TV is part of a home theater system, most people use it just as a video monitor. All AV sources connect to the receiver, and audio is sent from there to the speakers. A video output from the receiver goes to the TV so you can see the picture, and the TV's speakers aren't used. If you have a cable box, FiOS set-top box or satellite receiver for your TV channels, they connect to the receiver too, since they're just another external source.

This doesn't work if you rely on the TV's internal tuner for TV channels, though. This might be the case, for instance, if you have a cable system where a converter box isn't required and your cable connects right to the TV. When you're watching regular TV, then, the sound comes through the set's internal speakers. If there's no audio output available on your TV, that's your only option.

As I said earlier, many TV's have only audio inputs. But some have audio output jacks as well, so the sound has a way out. If yours does, you can connect them to one of the inputs on the home theater receiver. Then when you select that input you'll get the TV sound through the speakers connected to the receiver. Depending on the design of the TV, you may need to leave the TV volume turned up. Some sets have outputs that are follow the TV's volume setting. On others, the output is an independent fixed level. Then you can turn the TV volume down and use just the receiver's speakers if you want.

Check the connections available on your TV and look for a set of "audio out" jacks. Your TV's owner's manual should have a section explaining how to connect it in different ways. If you need a copy, most manufacturers have manuals for download on their website.

Good luck with your sound, and thanks for using Fixya!

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Unplug,replug the tv about an hour later.Let the tv to reset it self back to factory setting.Go in ur tv menu go to AUDIO setting.Go down to reset.Now ur tv should have sound back.No,sound after the reset.Than ur tv Tuner board is dead,require changing the Tuner board.

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You may have to get into the amps menu and change that amps input to Digital/Coax/TOS for the surround sound.

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