Help, the kids played with the remote and I cannot get sound from the cable channels. Sound from the Nintendo Wii works fine, so it seem so to be an issue with a setting. I searched through the audio settings but can find one the fixes the issue and I also tried the troubleshooting tips at the back of the owner's manual (e.g. checking the mute button, the SAP setting, and the TV speakers setting).
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Re: Mitsubishi ws-65807 audio problem
First make sure that the audio cables for the cable box are plugged in. Second look on the front of the cable box and try to change the volume on the cable box itself most likley the volume on the cable box itself has been turned down.
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Follow the color code green for green, red for red, blue for blue, ignore the yellow wire, also be aware that there is an audio cable that is red also that wire goes into the Right channel audio and the white wire goes to the Left channel audio
Well i need more info. have you tried unplugging the tv for around 60 seconds? Was the "warped bluish screen" right before it died. Or is this when you turn it on it happens?(Bluish screen)? Because if no power at all and no picture at all. Could be Power supply. If you have some sort of picture with blue lines that are stable? You have a convergence problem. Get back to me with info i can help.
for using FixYa. Please reset the TV by unplugging the power cord for more
than 4 hours and plug it back in. Now check that the sound is coming normally
from the set. You’ll need to also check these parts--- Breakdown
or overheating of some components of amplifier, wiring, speakers, function settings,
power supply and sound detector inside the signal IC processors are fine.
Go to the
on-screen-display and make sure you are set for stereo audio. Please check that
the on screen display is set up for internal speakers and stereo audio. Also,
check any other settings that may have gotten disturbed accidentally. Make sure
that all the settings are correct and that the internal switch on the back is
set right. Use headphones and check if you’re getting sound through them.
You’ll need to check that the issue is with the speakers, wiring or the
the issue is not resolved then check the audio chips are fine. If you’re
using RCA cables then switch to HDMI and vice-versa. Please do
accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further
assistance. Thanks Rylee
You need a remote. There are places that sell them, but you can usually get by with your cable box remote or some other modestly programmable remote. It would help if you had an owner's manual. You can probably find one on line. It is a bit of a dance to make the menus work correctly.
My set is gone, but you have fairly ordinary on-screen menus. One of them is for sound on or sound off to the internals. That so that there isn't the conflict between speakers from a receiver based audio setup. You should have external speaker outlets on the set itself. If you do, plut in a speaker you're not worried about. you should get sound out from there.or use an audio out connection to a receiver, etc.
I suppose you have a surround sound system that is now not functioning? They must have disconnected your audio out cables from your television to your surround sound system. Make sure your main audio out channel on your television is connected to AV1 in on your surround sound system. It is probably an RCA cable (red and white). Then when you play your TV, make sure the audio is set on AV1 for your surround sound system by pressing the function button until AV1 is on the display. Let me know if this helps.