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A common cause of this situation is the speakers are switched OFF at the audio menu. Select that menu and turn them back on.

If that doesn't fix it then there are other possibilities depending on how you have your set connected to your satellite box or cable box. Component video, rbg video must have separate audio lines to make them work. Check your hook ups but first check that audio menu.

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How to tune up dvd player

  • Plug the power cable of the Samsung VHS/DVD player into an available power outlet near the television.

Connect a set of RCA audio and video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. The colors of these cables are yellow (video), white (left audio) and red (right audio).

Take the other end of the RCA audio and video cables and connect them to the color-corresponding inputs on your television. When plugging in these cables, look for a label for the input, such as "Video 1" and "Audio 1." This will be important in Step 5.

Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Tune your television to the video input channel that you noted in Step 3. If you did not take note, you can also tune through your television's input channels until you find the one displaying the signal from the DVD/VCR player.

Insert a VHS tape or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

Component Video

Plug the power cable of the Samsung VHS/DVD player into an available power outlet near the television.

Connect a set of component video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. These cables will look similar to composite audio and video cables, but they are instead color-coded as red, blue and green.

Plug the other end of the component video cables into the color-corresponding inputs on your television. Take note of what input number you are plugging the cords into, as it will be useful later.

Connect a set of RCA audio cables to "Audio Out" jacks on your VHS/DVD player, then connect the other ends to your television. These cables are color-coded as red and white and must be plugged into the same input number as the component video cables.

Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Tune your television to the component video input channel where you connected the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Insert a VHS or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

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How to hook up a sound bar to this tv

I don't see any audio outputs on this television. Without them it is not possible to connect a sound bar. However I am currently using a sound bar with a television with no audio outputs. I am connecting my devices to the television with the video cables only and connecting the audio cables directly from them to the sound bar. I am pleased with how doing this turned out.

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I have sound but no picture? What should I check or fix?

When you are having sound problems with a television you check the settings first then the connections and then the devices before concluding that the television need repair.

The quickest thing to do first is check all the devices and inputs where you have things connected to your television. For example try cable on input 1--no sound. Ok next try the DVD player on input 2--sound. If there is sound on one input and not another then that will rule out the television needing to be repaired. Granted there may be something wrong with the one input that has no sound but that is rarely the case.

Ok if there is no sound on any of the inputs and with any of the devices then check your settings. Make sure the television is not muted (I'm sure you have already done that) and check the volume bar going up and down with the remote or volume button. Make sure that your television is set for audio to come out of it and not for audio to come out of a stereo system. There is usually a setting asking whether or not you want to mute the audio on the television all the time because you're connecting it to a stereo system. The setting might be audio output select fixed (audio comes out of the tv) or variable (audio is muted all the time because you're connecting a stereo system). There may also be a reset all under the audio settings and an overall reset all, which will restore your television to the factory settings. That will normally work if nothing else if wrong with the television. Instead of a reset all from the menu sometimes a television will have a reset button or hole that can be depressed with a ball point pen.

You can also check the cables you have connected between your television and the devices because they might have gone bad. You can either try brand new cables or grab/borrow a set from another one of your televisions just for troubleshooting.

Also you can connect your device(s) to another television to see if you get sound on it.

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How to connect my Vizio vsb200 to my sharp lc-42sb45ut?

This television does not have audio outputs so you wouldn't be able to connect these two devices--well the one digital audio output this television has is not compatible with any of the inputs on this Vizio. Double check please by looking for a hole/input on the Vizio that will match up with that on the Sharp television. If I am wrong and there is one then you would need the digital audio cable. I believe this television takes a coaxial digital audio cable, and the hole that would correspond to this cable on electronic devices is normally black in color.

If I am correct and there is no way to connect these two devices directly then you would connect your devices to the Sharp television for video only and connect their audio cables to the Vizio's inputs.

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When you connect the HDMI cable from the TV to the receiver, is the receiver to and the TV to work pr is some other connection needed?

You can't connect your receiver to the television to get sound that way unless your television has an hdmi output. Your tv more than likely does not have an hdmi output. Those are hdmi inputs on your television. The way to connect the television to the receiver is to connect the red and white RCA outputs from the tv to the red and white RCA inputs on the receiver to get stereo sound. Now if your television has a digital audio out you might be able to get surround sound with connecting a fiber optic cable between the digital audio out of the tv and the digital audio in on the receiver, but this does not always work for all of the devices you have connected to your television.

The way to go is to connect all of your devices to the television's inputs for video and directly to the receiver for sound. The devices are connected from their audio OUT to your receiver's audio IN.

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No audio,tried menu items and selections,nothing.The sound just went out,what do you think it might be?

There is no sound or low volume coming from the television speakers.
Solution Follow this procedure to troubleshoot when there is no sound or low volume coming from the television.

NOTE: Because each of these steps represents a possible solution to this issue, check the television status after completing each step.
Increase the volume of the television. Ensure the television audio has not been muted. Ensure no headphones are not connected to the television. If using a set-top box with a volume control, increase the volume of the set-top box.
NOTE: If the set-top box is connected using an Audio/Video (A/V) connection, ensure that the A/V cables are connected securely to the appropriate video input on the television.
Verify that the MTS settings of the television are set to MAIN or STEREO .
NOTE: If the source device is not set to stereo or is not capable of transmitting a stereo signal, sound may come from one speaker on the TV only, and the volume will sound low. In this case, adjust or replace the source device.
If the TV has a Simulated effect in the audio menu, turn it off . Ensure the televisions speakers are not set as the center speaker.
NOTE: Some televisions allow the televisions speakers to act as the center channel speaker when using a multi-channel receiver.
Verify that the speakers are set to ON in the television menu.
IMPORTANT: If the television has audio output jacks and they are connected to a stereo system, then the speakers on the television may be turned off. Some televisions require the internal speakers or the center speaker setting to be off before audio can be sent out to a stereo receiver via the audio out jacks.
Ensure all audio and video cable connections are properly connected to the television.
Test the television using another source like a VCR, DVD player or Blu-ray Disc™ (BD) player.
Reset the television to the original factory settings. To reset your TV to factory settings, turn the TV ON. Then, while pressing the UP ARROW button on the Remote Control, press the POWER button on the TV. The TV will turn itself OFF then back ON.
NOTE: If your remote control does not have a RESET button or the procedure did not reset the TV to the factory default settings, perform a power reset.
If the issue is still unresolved after completing all the troubleshooting steps suggested, service may be required.

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Hooking up to the television s-cable and two audio jacks. I have a picture of the dvd but the sound comes from the television program in the background

The S Video cable and the two audio cables should be plugged into the same av input on your television. It sounds like the sound cables for your cable box or satellite tv box are plugged into the television where the two audio cables for the DVD player should be.

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How can i connect my pc to sony bravia kdl-40ex403

Things You'll Need:
  • 15 pin RGB cable
  • Audio cable
Step 1
Connect the RGB cable to the Video Out jack on your computer.
  • Step 2 Plug the other end of the RGB cable into the RGB jack under PC In on the back of the television.
  • Step 3 Hook up one end of the audio cord to the Audio Out jack on the computer and plug the other end into the Audio jack under PC In on the back of the television.
  • Step 4 Turn on the television and press the "Input" button on the television or the television remote control. A list of input options will appear on the screen.
  • Step 5 Highlight "PC" using the up and down arrow buttons and press the "+" button to choose the computer input. The television will display whatever is on your computer.
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    I was told I can hook up my computer monitor to my Sharp 40 inch

    Your video adapter will only supply video input from your computer to your television. You must use an audio cable from the audio out of your computer (that would be the jack that you would normally plug your computer speakers into) to the audio input jack of your television shown below.

    To do this, you will need a double male 1/8" stereo sable audio cable seen below.


    One end plugs into your computer audio out and the other end into the audio jack shown in the illustration. You will then get your computer audio through your television speakers. You will be able to control the sound both with the television audio and the computer audio settings.

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    I have video on my Polaroid FLM 3932 but no audio. It just went out all of a sudden and didn't come back.

    You need to test the audio output of the television on another sound source like the dvd or vcr player or fm tuner. If you find the sound work on these outputs. The problem you are having is with the television tuners audio reception. If you are not getting audio output from any source.The problem you are having is a complete failure of the audio circuits in the television. You can call Polaroids customer care service at this telephone 1-866-289-5168. Give them the model number of your television and tell them about the loss of audio output in your television. They will be able to tell you how you can obtain service for your television. I hope this information helps you with your problem

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