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No audio brand new toshiba 42xv540u

Just set up my new lcd tv, excellent picture via expressvu dish but no sound.  I've tried the optical port as well as the analog rca connectors and am using the hdmi connector in port 1.  Nothing.  With nothing connected to the tv and the volume cranked up to 90 I don't even hear any hissing noises from the internal speakers?

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  • jimster2 Jun 10, 2008

    As it turns out by using hdmi 1 I required the red and white audio leads to connect to the mini plug input for the Pc.  I missed this in the manual

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