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Check the speaker first and if it´s good change the audio amplifier IC

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Cant get tv audio through receiver directly (without satallite, Game, DVD connection)


If your TV doesn't support audio return channel (ARC, which is your TV audio routed back to the receiver through the same HDMI cable), you then need to connect your television audio-out to your Onkyo TV audio input, using a digital cable or an analog one according to the connections on the back of your TV. If you use a digital connection (optical or coaxial), make sure you have the proper digital port assigned to TV on the onkyo I/O assign menu/digital inputs.
In case your TV does support ARC, you need to activate it in the Onkyo's hardware/HDMI setup menu, either by turning on HDMI control (tv or receiver control each other via cable), or by turning ARC on (you'd probably need to activate ARC on your TV as well).
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Audio out locations on back of tv


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You want to connect your TV with an external audio device, and want to hear sound from it, I assuses, and posts this solution.
There is audio out sockets at the back side of the TV, very near to S-Video socket. Marked audio "L" & "R". These two sockets are audio out socketsfrom TV to connect any external audio amp. Just use an audio cable to connect these sockets, to 'Audio IN' of the amp socket. Switch ON both the devices. You can hear the audio of your TV programmes by the amp you conneccted with.
The picture of the AV cable is given here. Take red and White colourd connections to connect the TV with amp. Left the Yello coloured pins free. It is meant for video. 2_11_2012_3_19_43_pm.jpg

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I cannot seem to get the tv audio going through the amp, i have connected the red and white audio leads from the tv to monitor out, I've also tried connecting it through cd but to no avail. the audio...


You can't get ANY audio to work on receiver's Monitor Out (which is a component video OUTPUT intended for your TV, not an audio input from it).

Read the manual and get a handle on what those 3 jacks are for (page 6).

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sherwood-RD-7502-Receivers-manual/id/2536ag207/t/2/

Then, if you really need audio from the TV (instead of or in addtion to the probable Cable/SAT Box that originates TV-related programming), just run the audio out from the TV to any available Line Level audio input. The Cable/SAT box is the BEST place for the BEST TV-related audio and it will be available digitally.

The TV's audio control plays a part in this, too. Find its menu and select a FIXED (or equivalent) setting so you can turn the cruddy TV speakers down without killing the audio output.

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What audio cable is needed to connect Panasonic Viera to SABT230


Have you referred to the manuals?

It all depends on which way you intend audio to GO.

Consider this: Is the TV really a SOURCE of audio or does the program audio come from elsewhere, like a Cable Box with REAL digital audio capabilities? THAT is where you want the SABT230 to get the TV-related audio, on an optical cable.

Unless your TV has a speaker complement comparable to the SABT230, the TV only NEEDS video and maybe basic audio (from the Cable Box?) for those times you just want to have the TV on for casual watching, like news. AV OUT HDMI can carry video and (unnecessary) high-end audio to the TV from the SABT230, while standard RCA stereo cables can carry the 'normal' audio from the Cable Box to the TV. In any serious viewing you would probbaly mute the TV speakers and use the SABT230 for listening.


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I have a old tv with rca audio imputs and I wanted to run iit thriugh my denon.Im runing my ipod and serius radio through it and I thought I would like to hear the tv also . So I disconnecteed my iod...


WHY?

TV audio INputs won't feed the receiver. TV audio OUTputs would. Maybe THAT is what you meant.

If your TV gets ITS programming from anywhere but its own antenna, why don't you just get the audio from that device into the receiver? Patching TV-originated audio is like feeding a transistor radio to the receiver. Old TV audio circuitry is, um, awful.

Assuming you still want to have the TV be an audio source, run the RCA outputs to any available input on the receiver EXCEPT PHONO. If your TV has any menus for ausio control make sure they are set to put out a FIXED volume level so when you lower the TV speakers you don't affect the audio on the RCA jacks.

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Your TV is NOT an audio source by itself. It's job is to make pretty visual stimulus for your eyes, not your ears. Everything IT hears comes from somewhere else like a DVD, BluRay, Cable Box, right?

Get the absolute best TV-related audio directly from the digital audio outputs of each source you're watching, not the TV.

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VGA and Audio cables connected to PC but no audio through TV


if your tv has vga input there should be a "line in" input very near it. VGA can only get its audio source through a "line in" connecting to the coaxial audio inputs will apply the music stream to a different video input on your tv. your tv has video 1, video 2, vga, and so on, but the vga cannot show video and then audio from the video/audio coaxial inputs. you will need something like a dual male tipped 3.5mm audio connector.

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No sound from tv through unit


You may have to enter TV menu and see if you have a AUDIO setup option, some TV`s you have to enable TV AUDIO OUTPUT, this cancels the built in tv speakers and engages the AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on the TV

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to connect audio from tv to receiver.Use the monitor out(audio) from tv to receiver .The tv will only put out left/right audio .Also when using the audio out from Sony tv sometimes you cannot use both the internal speakers from tv and audio out from tv to receiver at the same time..Make sure audio is set up on TV menu for audio out..

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