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HDMI from cable box and blu-ray/vcr to back of receiver, output from receiver to TV: problem is no sound, but picture fine

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  • carl_ferris Jun 06, 2010

    I thought HDMI was suppposed to carry both audio and video signal. Why isn't the receiver processing the audio?

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Hello,you can kindly follow the instructions below to allow you have your tv sounds coming out,

  1. Plug left and right (white and red) audio cables into the audio output jacks on the back of your television if you have a standard definition TV. The audio output jacks on a TV are typically grouped at the bottom of the connection panel. RCA-type audio plugs are the industry-standard connection for older television sets. Higher quality audio can be achieved with gold-plated plugs and cables, but those gains are offset by higher cost.

    High-definition television sets connect to stereo receivers by means of an HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cable. This cable transmits a digital audio signal to the receiver for reproduction through the speakers and represents the highest sound quality available. Use HDMI if your receiver is equipped with an HDMI jack. If not, high definition TVs also come with RCA-type audio jacks, which can be used until you decide to upgrade your receiver to a newer model.
  2. Step 2 Plug the other ends of the audio cables into the auxiliary audio input jack on the back of your stereo receiver. If you do not have an Aux audio jack, any free audio input on the receiver will work. Audio jacks are grouped on the back of stereo receivers.
  3. Step 3 Set the receiver selector to the Aux setting and adjust the volume. The selector is a large knob on the front of the receiver that allows the user to choose different components connected to the system. The volume control is a separate large knob that increases the sound when turned clockwise. You can also use the receiver's remote control to adjust volume and choose Aux.
  4. Step 4 Tune the TV to channel 3 or 4 for receiving cable or satellite programming. These are the standard channels reserved for the reception of cable or satellite programming. The channel setting varies by TV model. Either consult the owner's manual for your TV or try both channels to determine which one to use
wish you good luck,

take care.

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Hi, is this new equipment or a new problem?

Have you followed the instructions in the manual on setting up the speakers, sources, etc?

Is it source-specific? How about some clues.? Something must work.

Take care

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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    Shehu Pro Jun 06, 2010

    O.k, will get back to you ASAP

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