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How are the DVD player and the TV connected?
Coax cable? (Carries both audio & video.)
Composite output? (Red & white for audio, yellow for video)
Component output? (Red & Blue & Green for video, White & Red for stereo audio)
DVI output? (Video only)
HDMI output? (Carries both video & audio)
Check you video cable if it is well connected if it is then interchange the cables using the one for the audio for the video and other one for the video to connect the audio . If there is no sound then the video cable is bad and need changing but if it produces sound then you will need to visit a local repair man
I might sound stupid but Double check that you`ve connected the correct connectors as in All Inputs plugs being used or All outputs plugs being used. If you have one of these leads with 6 connectors on one lead, (Audio Input L+R, Video Input, Audio Output L+R, Video Output) You need to make sure that if you get sound from the audio input plugs, then you must use the video input plug and vice verse. Ian
posted on Feb 09, 2008
jdrrwoods Rank: Wiz Rating: 84%, 12 votes
http://www.altex.com/product_info.php?products_id=9207 here is a link to a audio / video switch box you need one of these make sure it has several audio video in and at least one audio/video out hook all you rca cables up to the audio/video in from the cable box, tv, and dvd/vcr combo then out to the surround sound youll also need to get some rca cable splitters for the out so you can run it back to the audio/video in to the tv as well as the surround sound here is alink to what they look like http://www.altex.com/product_info.php?cPath=344&products_id=6201 youll need thre of these of course when hooking it up dont pay attention to the color on these just the ones from the tv and surround sound and thats it your done it will all work if you want it to were you dont have to get up and push a button everytime most of them if you push all the buttons in at one time theyll stay like that
I don't know how you connect the unit to the tv. Let's just start on basic: composite video/audio(yellow-video, white/red-audio) connect to TV composite video/audio input behind the TV. If the audio works but no picture,try to use another video input behind the tv.if that still doesn't work,use a different video cable! Good luck!
This can some times be caused by VBR audio encoded files as opposed to CBR audio some standalone DVD players will exhibit sound lag in this case. It is a good idea to re-encode the VBR to CBR audio this usually solved the problem.
Although this is usually with DivX (AVI) files that have been re-authored to DVD-Video I suggest that you convert all audio to CBR to avoid any such errors.
this conversion process it a bit of a long way around I know, but it does work!
1) Open video in VirtualDubMod or VirtualDubMP3 (if there is an index error this can sometimes fix it for you.
2) Ignore the error warning that the video contains vbr audio.
3) Extract audio as mp3 ("demux" in VdubMod or "save as wav", then rename to mp3 in VdubMP3).
5) Open original video in VirtualDub,
choose "direct stream copy" for video and "Wav audio" with "Full audio
processing" with cbr mp3 compression (and interleaving with appropriate
delay if out of sync) for audio.
You could also use several other methods including AVIDemux which uses VDub Mod or scan in the DVD-Video using TMPEnc v4.0 Xpress and applying a time lead OR lag however this doex not solve a progressive lag but can be used to reauthor a fixed error.