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HAVE NEW SET OF hEAD pHONE CANNOT PULL A SIGNAL IN STATIC THERE BUT FAINT...

THIS HEAD SET IS VERY HARD TO FIGURE OUT..
I DO NOT HAVE A SIGNAL AND STATIC IS FAIN IT SEEMS AS THOUGH THE VOLUME IS NPOT THAT LOUD EITHER..
I HAVE CONNECT THIS TO THE BACK OF MY SET TO THE AUDIO OUT
RED LEFT WHITE RIGHT
I CAN NOT PULL ANY TYPE OF SIGNAL

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    i have a home theater connected to my tv which is connect to my cable box.

  • steveb28 Dec 27, 2008

    I can't seem to tune headset to television

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Make sure you are connecting to the OUTPUT section and not the input, look in the back of the television it should say output and have its own red and white pluga, if you connect the red and white cables to the input section on the front of the television or on the section on the back that says input you will not get any reception make sure you are connecting to the output

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