Question about Televison & Video
Check all your connections.
Also please let me know how you have it connected currently, what is the model of the dvd player and the television. Are you running through an AV receiver?
one ting to try is connecting ONLY the red and white audio connectors from teh dvdplayer to the correct input on the tv while it is on. if you hear a slight "pop" [not harmful] you have the right input and there might just be a problem with the dvd player itself.
be sure you have the right audio track selected or try playing a cd.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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