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Good am its an audio jack

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  • Hairy29 May 11, 2010

    good am...

    audio jack connected to the mobo?i think your front panel audio has an audio jack connection which will be connected at the back panel audio...and not at the mobo,right?is the audio jack green and pink?

    thanx...

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Hi,
just brief out the details its an motherboard it has audio jack

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shailesh

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

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Typical RCA phono jacks like those shown in the blue box of the stereo amplifier below:

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Connect the TV's audio OUTPUT jacks and a stereo pair of unused audio INPUT jacks on the amplifier with cables that have ends that match each. Turn on the stereo & TV and select the input on the amplifier that matches the stereo pair of inputs you used to connect to the TV. Adjust the volume to hear the audio over your stereo system's speakers.

Use the HDMI or AC3 sources for superior audio - including 5.1 (or better) Dobly Digital when possible. Otherwise, a standard 2 channel stereo program will be heard.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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You can try using the audio-out jacks as a source for adding a pair of speakers. If they are dead, try using the headphone jack (if it has one). If that works, you can use a set of speakers such as used with a computer as a ''work-around'' for your problem. // With regard to your specific problem, you'd need a complete schematic to follow all of the potential problem locations. // If the audio IC is good, it can be a bad smd resistor, which is likely not replaceable... In other words, in all likelihood, you'd be looking at replacing the entire audio circuit board to resolve this issue... That's why I suggested trying the audio-out jacks and/or a headphone jack as a ''workaround''. They are frequently on a different circuit.

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On your PC, you'll need to go into the Control Panel --> Hardware & Sound --> Sound (Windows 7) and click on "Playback". Here, you'll need to change the sound settings to reflect the audio to be handled by the video card / audio chipset / HDMI jack on the motherboard. You should also check for other settings such as Digital Output that are usually associated with and HDMI jack on the card and not an analog jack.

As it is now (or is likely to be the case anyway) the picture is being handled by the HDMI on the video card / motherboard; but the audio is still coming from the the speaker jack(s) on the motherboard or audio card. Making the changes above will redirect the audio from the speaker jack(s) to the HDMI jack instead.

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Dvd has no sound.


hi check first if the problem is not with in the tv monitor. if the tv is not the problem check the connector coming from audio jack of the dvd player replace if defective.re solder audio out jack terminal at the board of dvd player. then make sure you have proper wiring of connector from audio out jack of dvd player going to audio input of tv monitor.thanks good luck.

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Good day!

Please check the connection of the jack from your TV to DVD.

Follow this step on how to connect the AV (audio and video) jack.

  • For the DVD connection.
  1. Find out where is the video out of the DVD.It is usually have a label (video out) and the color is yellow.
  2. After that,connect the jack (color yellow) to the video out of the DVD.
  3. Next,find out where is the audio left and right out of the DVD.It is commonly have a label (rear,front and center) choose 1 of the location you want.also it have a standard color (red and white)
  4. After that,connect the AV jack(red and white)to the audio out of the DVD.
  • For the TV connection.
  1. Find out where is the video IN on the rear side of the TV.It is usually have a label (video in) and the color is yellow.
  2. After that,connect the jack (color yellow) to the video IN of the TV.
  3. Next,find out where is the audio left and right IN of the TV.It is commonly have a label (audio in ) and found in the rear side of the TV.also it have a standard color (red and white).
  4. After that,connect the AV jack(red and white)to the audio out of the DVD.
After you connect the AV (audio/video) jack.Try to open the TV and the DVD and set your TV to the AV mode by pressing the AV label on the remote or on the TV button.
If the video is not appear on the AV1 try AV2 ,AV3 and so on.Or also try other AV on the TV.

I hope this solution will be helpful.Thank you and good luck.

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Go bios prees by F2 / F10 /del set the azilla audio enable .
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The design of the board and the chipset wouldnt allow the headphone to be used in the microphone jack. Instead you have the option of using usb headset which has a driver pack to be installed and it goes fine. I am not sure if you have the product available at all stores. Good Luck

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