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I have the same problem. Good picture with no sound at all. I have a LG DVX583KH and LG TV LM7200. I connected the DVD player to TV via HDMI cable, I have a clear picture but no sound. I try to hook up the DVD to other TV and it works both sound and picture. Please help
I had the same problem. It turned out to be my cable that went from the dvd player to the TV. I replaced with new cable & everything worked fine again. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
This sounds like a progressive scan issue (unit in P.Scan Mode) here is a C&P from the manual
Set "Alt Video Out" Highlight "Alt Video Out", then press the RIGHT button to select one of the following options: • S-Video - Select this if you are using the S-Video OUT jack on the rear panel to connect to a TV. • Component - Select this if you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks on the rear panel to connect to a Progressive(480p) or Interlaced (480i) TV. • See your TV owner's manual to determine what type of TV you have. - Interlace : Interlaced Scan mode will work. - Progressive : Progressive Scan mode will work, and Video and S-Video will not work. • Press the Progressive button on the front panel if you have a Progressive scan TV only. Otherwise, the picture will be disturbed.
It is not clear where you say input is from cable, do you mean the Scart input to your Sony TV?
Do not use Progressive scan(p), as this is not interlaced. The normal TV requires an interlaced(i) picture of 50 half frames per second giving 25 complete pictures per second to reduce flicker.
Some TVs and projectors and all monitors accept Progressive scan.