I've put all the cables according to the manual, the input/output cable is connected to the right place, the power plug is connected to a proper socket. I have no idea what might be wrong. The output/input cable does not make any buzz sounds at all when pulled out or pluged in.
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It is on the HDMI cable, or there is one audio output. Did you read the manual?
3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection:High-speed HDMI delivers a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.
Additional connections:Provides flexibility with component and PC inputs, a USB port and a DVI interface. 1 audio output.
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HDMI can be either an input or an output. You don't specify what the HDMI is carrying and to what or from what?
TV-related multichannel audio almost always originates with a digital program source which today os usually the Cable Box. THAT would be a good place to start with the attempt to get 'surround sound' after you've decided how to use the digital input on your unnamed HTS.
Hello, you need to connect the sound output and video output of the TV. To the entry of sound and video of the amplifier. Should match the cable type, the type of connection to existing instruments. Usually connections are RCA connections or SCARET. Once you have connected, you need to choose the entrances of the amplifier switch, according to entries you've used. What remains is only to increase the volume. Good luck
I might sound stupid but Double check that you`ve connected the correct connectors as in All Inputs plugs being used or All outputs plugs being used. If you have one of these leads with 6 connectors on one lead, (Audio Input L+R, Video Input, Audio Output L+R, Video Output) You need to make sure that if you get sound from the audio input plugs, then you must use the video input plug and vice verse. Ian
Cables are either shorted, or deck is putting out too much power for input on amp... many new head-units will put out up to 7v on the output jacks (RCA) the amp may only want to see up to 1v will need to consult head-unit manual for adjustment of outputs.
what system does it have aux input on screen showing right input u pluged rca cables from tv rca outs to sterios ins right or cable box outs to sterio ins red white rca cables right make sure tvs output sound is on in menu thx nick
check your output stage for bad speakers cable or bare wire of cable touch the body of amp----short circuit speaker cable----bad speaker it self------ bad input cable or defective input device . disconnect all and check if it is ok---start to connect one by one from input to outputs------if all above failed you must contact service center for help.
YES check your connections and make sure you have selected the right INPUT signal source on your surround sound just remember RCA cables (yellow red white) goes from digital box,CABLE or SATELLITE OUTput to surround INput from there connect another RCA cable from the OUTPUT of the surround sound to the AV1 Input on the TV make sure AV1 is selected on the TV,if you dont know how just put the TV on channel 3 then press the channels down button and when the TV gets to channel 1 the next channel down from that should be AV1.Also make sure you have selected the right INPUT for the surround sound.
If you are not using RCA jack and just coax follow or you dont have a digital box.Connect the cable from the wall to the INput
on the surround sound the the cable OUT to the tv make sure the surround sound is Looking for a signal from the coax.