I split my audio signal from my HD Cable box so one audio output connects to my Sharp lcd and one to my stereo receiver and have been using my stereo receiver for sound. I want to mount my lcd on teh wall and remove my receiver and use the HDMI connector from my cable box to my HDMI input on my tv in order to reduce the volumes of wiring. When I removed my stereo and connected my HDMI wire, I get picture but no sound on the tv. I also tried to re-connect the component wires from my cable box along with the audio cables and same results. It seems that the only way I can get sound now is to go through my stereo. Is there a setting that I'm missing in order to re-connect the audio?
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The good news is that you can likely make a simple change on the Apple TV to make it compatible with your existing TV's sound processor. Check out the following Apple support article for further assistance: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS5150
The cable box needs to be set to send different signals when using hd tv and standard tv. Usually a good setting would be 720p in hd and 480p in standard. The tv is working fine it is the cable box sending the signal. If you have another hdmi source such as a dvd player you may hook that up to show the tv is working just fine.
If you are using an HDMI cable the sound and audio will be in the same connector. If you are not then you must run an audio (stereo both L + R) cable from your satellite receiver to the audio input of your television.
If you are using a S-Video cable it only carries the picture and not sound. In that case it also requires an audio cable as well as a video cable.
Forget Sharp's defective speakers. Connect your sound output to powered stereo speakers and disable the internal speakers (look through the TV's menu). The operator's manual explains how to disable the internal speakers. You'll be able to control the sound normally (mute, volume) with a remote control. I connected my stereo output (2 RCA plugs) to an old boom-box and I get better sound than with Sharp's built-in speakers.
hi first of all u should check ur transistor connections.Check your Horizontal and vertical output transistors.You should also check the horizontal and vertical yoke connections as well as your low voltage regulators.... if any of these got damaged u should purchase a new one.. but try to purchase with the help of a tv service assistant...thank u!!! rate me
Not sure if I just got lucky or if the problem is solved..I hooked up my Sharp Aquos LC-32D64U the other night and I had the blue audio box pop up. Mine was only in Mono and would not switch to Stereo...Well, Local cable company is of of Hi-Def boxes but I thought what if my Digital box is bad/old or has some sort of problem. I went down to comcast cable company switched to a different digitial box..came home, hooked it up and so far no blue audio box, plus now it shows that it's in stereo..good luck
no. that is not true. the person you spoke to obviously didn't know what they were talking about. you mean to tell me that everyone that has a cable or satellite box with a stereo or hd tv is not going to receive stereo sound? really,think about it. you only need a cable box( for now ) if you have premium channels (hbo,showtime etc). you can connect the cable line right into the tv if you only have basic cable. look at the back of your cable box. if you have a red, white, & yellow audio/video output, then the box is stereo.connect these outputs to your tv. this connection however is not hd.you will need a hd box with a hdmi cable for hd .To put the tv on stereo mode, there should be a way via the menu and/or the audio button on the remote to get it off mono and put it on stereo. your manual should at least show you around the settings of your tv.
When your turn on your TV, do you hear a faint popping sound from your speakers? If so, the heat sink underneath the audio IC has melted and is shorting the audio circuit. Its a complicated job, suggest contacting your local sharp authorized service center.