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Re: No audio on vizio from source
There should not be a special setting that you need. When hooking the analog audio to the HDMI 2 input, it should read automatically. Note: The HDMI Input is for HD Video and will only support 640x480 at 60Hz from a PC. Use the RGB PC input for a greater selection of PC formats.
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There are no audio outs on your TV The digital audio out is an optical output meant for a sound bar or a stereo audio amplifier that has an optical input. If you have a compatible stereo system you can use an optic cable to connect the two and then use the headphone jack on the stereo system.
I suspect what you're wanting to do is take the audio output from the TV and run it through your stereo system to leverage the large speakers. Correct?
I suggest using the RCA audio jacks (red and white pair) on the back of the TV. Most TV's still have these. Some are tied to a specific component, and some are general for all sound coming out of the TV. You connect this to the input RCA jacks on your stereo system.
The headphone jack on the TV could also work, but I suspect it may have a low level output. I don't understand how you say your MP3 player plays fine through the headphone jack, as that's an output, not an input. Unless there's some other jack?
You need a 1/8" stereo jack to rca....can get on at walmart....hook it from your headphone jack on your pc to the input on the sound bar....input 1 or 2....make sure you have the right iput selected for the sound bar and you should be in business
1. Plug the stereo audio cable into the headphone jack of your audio source (e.g., stereo, TV, CD player, DVD, etc.). If your audio source has two RCA output jacks instead of a headphone jack, use the supplied Y cable to connect your headphones to the two (red and white) RCA jacks. 2. Connect the other end of the stereo audio cable to the AUDIO IN socket at the back of the recharging cradle/transmitter. 3. Connect the AC/DC main power adapter to the DC IN power supply socket at the back of the recharging cradle/transmitter. Then, connect the adapter to an electrical outlet. Important: This power unit is intended to be correctly oriented in a vertical or floor mount position.
In general, your PC's sound card (and its controlling software) will determine what it can connect to. Even the most basic PC would have stereo analog output via the typical green 1/8" connector or a headphone jack that easily adapts to RCA pair for analog audio connection. Any Line Level input EXCEPT PHONO would accept the PC's output. The output level would be controlled by the sound card software and settings. The SA-HT800's single LINE Input would accept the Green stereo audio or speaker output from a standard PC, once adapted. Select VCR.
Find your PC's Sound Controls and enable the applicable input. make sure the volumes of both Inputs and Outputs are turned up. Though not applicable to theGemini, more-advanced sound cards and audio hardware would have similar adaptable 5.1 or 7.1 (paired) analog outputs and / or digital audio outputs that conform to the s/pdif or Dolby Digital standards.
that audio jack is input only it is stereo jack to connect from the comptuer to the tv when using the RGB input. most headphone jacks if they are there would be on the side of flat panel tvs. otherwise the audio output may be digital(optical) or normal rca (red and white) that you can hookup to the headphone system.