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I'm not getting any audio whatsoever - whether it be the TV's own speakers or my headphones. Suggestions? Thanks.

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Possible failure of the output IC in the Tv's audio section.
First of all open and check for possible failure of the main power supply to the output IC, Check if the series fuse/fusible resistor has opened, if after replacing the same issues come up then it is confirmed that the IC is defective.
If power comes to IC then check on the bias resistors around the IC or the feedback loop,-- capacitors in this section.

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From the initial details of your problem it is unclear what equipment you have connected and what you are trying to listen to with your headphones.

Please describe exactly what piece of equipment your headphones are plugged in to. If it is a TV or a stereo system, please provide the model number for it.

If you are using wireless headphones plugged directly into your TV, please provide the model number of the headphone and for the TV and whether you are plugged into the EARPHONE jack, or the LEFT and RIGHT AUDIO OUT jacks.

If you are trying to listen to your TV audio through a home stereo amplifier, then please describe what type of cables you are using to connect the TV or set top box to the stereo (HDMI, RCA stereo, etc).

When you say that you 'CLICK TV TO STOP SOUND', do you mean that you are pushing the MUTE button on your TV's remote control?

Normally, pushing the TV's MUTE button will turn off the sound for both the TV's speakers and for the headphone output.

It is usually possible to shut off just the TV's speakers and leave the headphone volume active but in most cases this must be done through the TV's AUDIO OPTIONS MENU. For most TV's there is usually an option there to TURN TV SPEAKERS OFF.

Please comment back here to this page and provide as many additional details about your current setup and how you normally use your heaphones and I will respond as soon as I see it with any additional assistance necessary.

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Randy - I don't know what TV you have but in general media devices turn the internal speakers off when you plug anything into the headphone jacks. If your TV does you can probably do the following for probably around $20 (USD)


If you have a relatively new TV you could get a pair of inexpensive self powered computer speakers and a simple 3.5 mm to RCA stereo adapter. Then plug a standard red-white RCA stereo cable into the red-white stereo output jacks on the TV and the other end into the 3.5mm adapter and a 3.5" stereo cable from the adapter into the computer speakers.


Or, if the TV headphone jack is 3.5" instead of the larger 1/4" headphone type you could simply get a 3.5" stereo Y adapter and then plug the headphones into one end of the Y and the computer speakers into the other.


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If there is no audio output from your tv, either your TVs speaker or its audio output IC has damaged. You just check it with an earphone/headphone, if there is an earphone or headphone socket in front panel of your TV. If there is sound from the headphone/earphone, and not from the speaker, means the speaker has damaged. You have to replace it with same type and number. Just check your set's audio out socket, if any provided, connet it to any external audio sourse, like amplifier or so, and check whether there is sound output from it. If not, your Tv/combos' sound processing IC inside has some trouble.
most common fault is related to sound output IC or speaker itself. If speaker is found OK, go to the sound output section. This section can be easly located as speaker wire goes to that section, and follow it. Before replacing the IC, check its leads for any loose or bad soldering. i advice you to resolder all the terminals of that IC, by applying a little more solder, without making any solder bridge loose contacts between them. If this does not helps, replace the IC with an identical type and number. OK.

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First you check the speaker of your Daewoo Tv. To check the whether the speaker is good or damaged, place your year very close to the speaker side of your TV, and switch the TV by its front panel power switch, not by the remote control. If you can hear a "Thumb" sound from the speaker, as the TV is switched on, the speaker is good and you have to to further. If not speaker has got damaged and have to be replaced.
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So are you saying nothing works and it has never been set up properly?

Let's get down to basics - run through the setup with tones and mic or use FM to evaluate. That way any external source is not an issue. Are headphones plugged in (they would mute the output to speakers? Have you tried headphones to see if they work? If they do a) you have a source and b) the amp works, at least in stereo. Try the onboard FM. Does program audio find its way to the TV (if connected)? Run the audio to the TV to check. We have to determine if you have a live audio feed to BE heard first. Clues, please.

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