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Connecting it to a tv through a stereo with a cable box

I am getting sound through the stereo but no picture through the tv

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  • cleodog Feb 09, 2009

    I have a KLH 11111 DVD Player Model # DAV 5022 - I can not connect it to the tv or cable, I get sound but no picture on my tv

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Hiya ... you have a simple lead or set up problem .. ensure that the lead is a good quality one .... and also that the correct leads are atttached where they should be on the tv & stereo... select AV....( this is also dependant on the number of peripheral attachments and their set up to the T.V... ie Digital box.. dvd player... scart or aerial connection)... after checking these... use your T.V controls.. select menu... sounds...external sounds... or digital sounds... something similar....select external devices.... ensure that you have the "phono" selected on your hi-fi.. this should sort your problem.
You should remember also that once you use your Hi-fi to listen to your t.v.... some tv sound systems will.. not allow any of the additional speakers attached to the tv to work ..... you should however be able to manipulate bass/treble settings in certain sound modes via your tv remote.
Alternatively if you have the ROCK/POP/CINEMA...etc selection modes on your hi-fi these can also be used for a satisfactory sound...
Have I understood your problem correctly? and has it helped?

Regards Faggly

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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