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Im trying to hook my insignia flat screan tv to my mitsubishi M-VR900 recevier the tv has plug for audio out and recevier has a tv audio in red/whit plug and i have 2 speakers i have on the front spearker...


Go into the onscreen menu of your TV, find and select the audio options. Make sure the audio out on the TV is enabled (this might be an automatic feature and might not be displayed -it depends on your TV model). Next make sure your receiver is working and (if it is so equipped) make sure your speaker switch is enabled.
Make sure all of your cables are working. You can do this by switching out the cables one at a time for ones you know are good.
Make sure no headphones are plugged into your receiver or the TV -this usually turns off your audio signal to any speakers.
Your TV remote may be equipped to control the volume output of the external audio out signal. Some TVs automatically turn off the internal speakers when you hookup or select an external audio output. turn up the volume on both (your TV and the Mitsubishi).
Does the Mitsubishi work on other sources (DVD, radio etc...)?
Remember to double check your cable connections -audio OUT from the TV to audio IN into the Mitsubishi. Reversed connections can damage your TV and amplifier electronics.
What model is your Insignia? Some are equipped with digital outputs which, if your receiver is so equipped as well, can send surround sound (home theatre) signals to your receiver. These can be orange-colored rca jacks or optical jacks. They do not send analog audio signals.
Once all the cables are double-checked, (double-check your speaker connections!), turn on your receiver, TV and signal source (cable, satellite DVD etc...), bring the volume control (both on the Mitsubishi and the TV) up to nominal levels. You should hear sound.
One more thing:
Make sure your speakers work. You can try them on another amp or simply touch the speaker terminals with a 9-volt battery (the speakers should move in or out depending on the 'phase' of the connection).
Hope that helps.

Nov 26, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Can't get TV picture after hooking up PS 2


How many sets RCA ports (for Video 1 / Video 2 so on and on) does your TV have?

Jul 26, 2008 | Panasonic Televison & Video

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Have checked and double checked all connections, but unable to get any sound. TV is on and sound there is fine, but no sound thru receiver speakers.


You may have checked and double checked but you haven't told US how it's connected for TV sound. The TV itself is a player here (assuming that is how you're sourcing the "TV sound". You could also be grabbing it straight from the Cable/SAT box for all we know. Whichever you use or choose, treat it like any other audio device, ignoring (for now) the audio piece.

Jun 02, 2011 | RCA RT2770 Theater System

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We recently moved the tv and now when we turn it on it has double vision. It kinda looks like a 3d movie. What could be the issue? Is it worth fixing?


Hi,
If tv picture was fine before moved then check dry/ cold solder joints/ connections on convergence output ICs and nearby circuit area.
Local tv repairman will resolder loose/ dry solder connections to solve double vision picture problem.
TV worth fixing if picture is good.
Thanks.

Feb 18, 2011 | Sony KP-57WV700 57" Rear Projection HDTV

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Double vision


This is normally caused by cable/antenna connections

  • Unplug all cables from TV and receiver
  • Plug them back in.
  • Check antenna location and the direction
  • Try another cable for TV connection to receiver.

Jun 14, 2010 | LG RU-44SZ51D 44" Rear Projection...

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My xbox 360 turns on with 4 green lights but i can not see any picture or sound


it sounds as if you have a connection unhooked or loose somewhere. Double check all audio and video cables are secure and in the correct position. If that doesn't work try troubleshooting by trying a different tv or removing all connections from tv and xbox and re-hooking everything back up.

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Menu screen


Simple things to double-check:

1. are the connections between the DVD and TV correct?
2. is the TV set to display using the DVD input?

Apr 23, 2008 | Samsung DVD-V4600 DVD Player/VCR

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Double picture


Can you give more details? What do you mean by Double picture? Do you have 2 pictures side by side or One on top of another? Or is it like a shadow behind the main Image? If it is a shadow (Ghosting), check your Antenna - connection, direction, etc.

Sep 05, 2007 | Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KD-27FS170 TV

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