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Just to clarify, When you say sound out with the tv, which are you referring to: 1. DVD built into to the theatre 2. Pay TV 3. Analogue TV ( or digital TV with inbuilt set top box) 4.Digital TV with a separate set top box Please indicate which one.
TV: ther should be several set of three RCA Sockets on the back of the tv. Look for the red, whit and yellow Phono sockets. do you have these colours and are any of them labelled TV Out or output?
Philips System: Look for an analogue in, Aux IN, or any other unused RCA (Phono) Sockets ( They MUST be red or white!) Take a set of red and white RCA leads plug them into the OUT set on the TV, and The "INput" set on the Home theatre, select that input on the theatre and your off and racing! Please clarify first though!
Home Theater System Is Displaying "Protection"
As soon as the unit is turned on, the word "PROTECTION" will flash on the front panel of the unit and SHUT OFF. This error message usually indicates that the fan in the back of the unit is not on.
The PROTECTION feature automatically shuts down the unit to avoid further damage. The unit will need service if this error message is displayed.
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Bang on it when the problem appears. If the sound returns, you have a loose connection or a cold solder joint. If the sound comes and goes independently of physical shock or vibration, you have a circuit defect in the control unit and should return it if possible. A weak part will pass final test at the factory, then fail in the field after several hours.
Well, I would have to know what connectors your sound card and home theatre system have. If you dont have a sound card, get a headphone/3.5mm trs plug to stereo rca plug adapter usually available at your local radio shack or walmart, and connect to the red/white rca plugs on your reciever. If they have other connectors(your sound card/ home theatre system) you might try coaxial digital audio-S/PDIF or optical S/PDIF.