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No SOund I have just collected my DVD recorder back from the repairer's after having the 'LOADING' problem repaired under warranty. I connected up the DVD to my stereo TV and everything was working relatively OK except some minor station-tweaking. I went to AUTO tune and I noticed a new menu had been installed (for European languages as well as English). After it tuned itself I then went to move the stations to their corresponding buttons, i.e. Channel 2 on button 2, etc. That's when I noticed the sound had stopped working. It was fine until just now. (Yes, I have checked that the TV's sound is OK.) I can play DVDs I have already recorded before today, but I cannot hear the TV nor record any sound.

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  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    The Audio settings available to me are:



    DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (which I don't have):


    • Dolby Digital/PCM

    • STREAM/PCM

    • PCM only

    ANALOGUE AUDIO OUT:


    • STEREO

    • Dolby Surround

    D. RANGE CONTROL:


    • NORMAL

    • Wide Range

    • TV Mode

    OUTPUT LEVEL:


    • STANDARD

    • Low

    The options in capitals are those selected.

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    RE: Comment by djnick989, posted on Feb 02, 2008
    need to get digital cable use dolbe digtial out ok



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    Can't use digital - incompatible with TV

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    RE: Comment by djnick989, posted on Feb 02, 2008



    on anlog red white rca cable use sterio only in settings ok



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    If you mean ANALOGUE AUDIO OUT setting, it is already on STEREO.



    STILL NO SOUND! :o(

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    Using RCA red/yellow/white cable from DVD to TV.

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    RE: did u hit button in ther called progresive scan ?



    I might have... I was trying everything to get sound, but after there was no sound...

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    RE: ya if u did u have to use red green blue cable out of the back of dvd coumpunt cable to tv so u can see it again ok then defult it back thats why



    What's a 'coumpunt' and why a red green blue cable instead of a red white yellow cable when it was working fine just previously? And how would I get it to 'default'? Sorry, but I don't understand...

  • scotmr Feb 02, 2008

    But I can SEE it OK - I just can't HEAR through it. I can play DVDs that were recorded BEFORE I stuffed up the settings, but not now.

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Cheak sound output settings and cable to pcm not dolby digital

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    need to get digital cable use dolbe digtial out ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    on anlog red white rca cable use sterio only in settings ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    u odnt have cables or it dont have output digital ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    what cable uusing from dvd to tv coumpount cable or yellow reg video cable

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    did u hit button in ther called progresive scan ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    ya if u did u have to use red green blue cable out of the back of dvd coumpunt cable to tv so u can see it again ok then defult it back thats why

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    mark this as fix ya

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    becuse red green blue carrys progesive scan out put ok yello cant 480 i only

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    is it on the right input with tv your using red white anlog out for sound does tv acept digital cable out go with that then or adjust adusio out setings in int to pcm only for now ok

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