I get sound on my TV but no picture. I have the standard outputs from my cable box coming in to my receiver like it shows in the installation manual. Have tried both the standard RCA video connection and the S Video connection without luck. My TV sais, "unsupported video signal". I am using the HDMI output on my receiver to go to the HDMI input of the TV. I know the cable is good because I can watch a movie through my PS3 which is routed through the HDMI ports. Is there some kind of format setting I need to set up on the reciever, TV or cable box?
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The TV will likely require a Satellite TV converter box. The output of the box should be mated to the best matching input of your TV.
That order would be: 1) HDMI, 2) Component (RGB) + Stereo Audio, 3) S-Video 4) Stereo Audio, 5) Composite (Yellow) and Stereo Audio 6) RF (Coaxial).
When selecting 6) RF (Coaxial), you would normally select an output channel on the Sat Box (Ch3 or Ch4) and set the TV tuner to the same channel. A standard coax cable would be installed between the Sat box connected and the TV Ant connector.
All other TV inputs would match the one you used (HDMI, Componet, etc.
Check all sources , ie cable box, dvd player or video game. If all have no sound check mute setting in menu or on remote. iI just cable box or sat receiver or evan att uverse box turn them of then back on. the uverse box you may have to remove power. If still no audio request service. The problem is likely the main board or speakers .
The problem of your tv is only the connection or the digital receiver. Try to check the cables that are connected in your tv specially the input,output of the digital receiver or use another cable for the video in of your tv if still no picture try to contact your satellite service provider the unit is may be defective. good day and hope that it may help thank's.
Hi, Actually Your OK. Not to Worry. BenQ is known for making good equipment. The configuration I give you will be an upgrade to the single cable coming from the box. How do you solve the problem? There may have been other cables supplied with your set that will connect to your box. If there is an RCA cable with 3 sections. Yellow Red and White. They go from the cable box straight into the set. Yellow is composite Video Signal without sound. Connect it to the Yellow output on the Box to the Yellow Input on the BenQ. The Red goes to the Right Channel Audio Output of the Cable box to the Right Channel Audio Input (also Red) on the Back of the BenQ. Finally the White Connector goes to the Left Channel Audio Output of the Box to the White Left Channel Audio Input on the BenQ. You will probably have a choice of "Video One or Video Two. I think Two should work with your configuration. When turning on the set set the input to whichever section 1 or 2 or 3 sometimes. And Everything should come up fine. THIS IS BETTER QUALITY THAN YOU HAD BEFORE. The set you now have is full High Definition. So if your box is unable to receive High Definition, you are missing out on HDTV. If you get a BluRay Disk Play, such as a Samsung or Sony (I recommend Samsung for reliability), You will be Thrilled with the Video Image. Your BenQ also has decent speaker outputs to connect bigger speakers. I hope this has been a help. Have a Happy New Year, Best, Mark
The only audio output on the HDLCD1908 and 1909 series of Sansui tv's is the coaxial audio out jack. It only works when the tv is tuned to a digital station on the tv's internal tuner. If this won't work for you try getting your audio from your cable or sat box, etc. I hope this helps you.
Couple of items come to mind. In the menu of the receiver, is there a way to choose video and RGB? Set the receiver to SAT Connect the HD Cable Box to SAT Check the TV is on Monitor RGB. Check the input being used by the monitor RGB cables is selected on the TV. Have a picture? NO, receiver has issues. Yes? Do this with each input to confirm they work. You can reset the whole receiver to factory by holding the tone button down and holding the standby button for three seconds. (This clears your speaker setups, too.)
Yes you can split the signal out from the back of the Freesat/HD (not the TV)to the second TV.
Look what outputs are on the Freesat box - the RF (standard cable) output should go to the 2nd TV (TV set to CH3) and the a/v cables,HDMI or DVI cable should go to the new TV - Note:To receive HD the output from the Freesat should be either HDMI,DVI or Composite output (RGB video jacks) with red White for audio. If you have HDMI this is best - it also provides audio.
Cable boxes or satellite receivers typically only come with audio/video output, RF output, and component output. You need an upgraded one which has the Hdmi output jack. The upgraded box will cost you a service fee around $5-10 a month, so if you don't want to pay to receive the 1080p service you can receive 720p by using the component video output leads from your cable box.
The quality is almost as good. The only difference will be that you won't be able to receive the hi-def channels that the cable company offers.