Question about Philips 32PF5320A 32 in. LCD Television
No sound from the t.v. speakers. I only get sound through a surround system. It does not have anything to do with mute. Could it be a blown fuse inside the t.v. or should i take it to get to a repair shop?
I have a 42' LCD with the same audio problem,TV audio doesn't work but surround sound will. If you unplug the set and plug it back in it comes back on. BUT I called Phillips and my TV had outdated software, after installing new software it has worked fine SO FAR..... If you call customer supprt they will walk you through the steps to install the upgraded software. Just make sure you have a PC with internet, and a blank USB memory stick. I hope I could help someone else.... Good luck!
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
Did the TV produce sound along with the surround system in the past?
Verify the audio is connected through the TV and not directly to the surround system.
Usually there is an option in the TV setup to disable the internal speakers if the TV has variable audio output or audio pass-through. In Sony TV's this is usually one of the later menus and the option turns the TV speakers on or off, but it depends on the make/model of TV.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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