I have perfect sound on all input components (tuner, DVD player, etc) but I cannot any sound out of the the DTV/CBL (the TV). When any other input is selected, they have a bright red bracket around them but when DTV/CBL is selected, the bracket does not light up. I dont know what this means. I have fooled with input, seems to be OK, but not certain. Speakers work fine. It is set on Auto (not DTS or Analog). Completely stumped.
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Make sure your video and sound cable is working (rca, hdmi cable etc) and your source component like dvd player or settop box is working. If cable is plug into a socket AV 3 or HDMI 3 for e. g. make sure the tv is source or input is selected the same like AV 3 etc.
It is possible for the TV to switch on or off but no picture or sound. This means the input board or tv tuner is faulty in which case you need a good tv repair technician
Hi, it sounds like your problem is that you've selected the wrong "video input" for your DVD player. Your new television most likely has at least 3-4 (sometimes 6-7) different inputs for video. With your DVD player connected and turned on, press the "Source" button on your TV to cycle through the different inputs. Be sure to wait 2-4 seconds between selections to give your TV enough time to switch inputs. If your DVD player has "color coded" output cables, it's most likely a "component" video connection. See if one of your video inputs on the TV is called "Component". Some other video types are Video, DTV, HDMI, SVideo, Component, Composite, RGB, PC Input, etc...
Hi,here is my simple solution... To listen your TV on your samsung ps wx30 surround sound system ,
** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" or "HDMI out " of your TV unit ** to "AUX input "
or "TV" OR "Any input" of your dvd player or "Optic Cable input" or "HDMI input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on dvd player corresponding your RCA or Optic connection or HDMI .. . There you go..Your TV sound is on the dvd player By this means whatever you watch on the TV (tuner, satellite , Xbox , etc..) ,it's sound will come thru your dvd player.
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The RX-V365 cannot process audio from the HDMI cables (you will still be able to hear it on your TV), you will need to run a seperate coaxial or optical cable into the audio input for the relevant component on the back of the RX-V365.
I checked Amazon, it says "For connections, you get 1 each composite- and S-video inputs for your
DVD player, VCR, or other audio/video device, and a set of
component-video inputs for your progressive-scan DVD player or DTV
Your TV does not have a audio out since it is a smaller TV. You need to get a tuner and route the sound system through there.
If you are not getting sound on "Any" input except "multi channel" you have a bad DSP chip in the receiver.In short, you need a new receiver, it's a 500.00 repair. If you get sound on "All" inputs except "DTV/CBL" You need to get into the main menu of the Yamaha and select audio, toggle to input, then DTV/CBL and select "Auto". If you still do not get audio, it would be due to the version of HDMI software in your receiver. If it's under warranty, Yamaha will update hardware and software for you at N/C. If it's out of warranty, use digital coaxial or optical as your audio input for TV and run your HDMI directly to the TV. (The repair for this too would run 250-350) I hope I've covered all the possibilities. If you need further help, post a comment and I can help you more.