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JVC TH-L1 problems....no sound

I just purchased this system and no matter what different combinations that I've tried, I cannot get any sounds out of the speakers and subwoofer. I connected the cable box in video 1, the HD DVD player in Video 2, and the TV in the monitor output, all using HDMI cables.

What am I doing wrong, or did I purchase a diffective product?

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  • Steven Shapira Feb 17, 2008

    I have almost the same problem, I have my connection same as you, I get sound but no video. I have tried many combinations but no way to get picture. HDMI carries sound and video so why one works and not the other is quite puzzling. I am using a rear projection TV and connecting to Onkyo surround sound receiver using only HDMI cables. Make sure the setup on the receiver is set properly, try playing with the digital audio settings.
    Hope this helps.

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I dont think sound is passed thru the HDMI, only video.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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Almost the same problem. HDMI connections good, sound and video through monitor (LCD TV) , but no sound from the JVC unit speakers.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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