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Cannot hear audio when connect dvd player to TV using analog audio cable

I can see the video clearly however cannot hear anything when i connect sony HDX 275 DVd player to TV (without connecting any of the speakers). This ia very simple connection and it should work, I am sure I must be doing something silly here...

1) How do I make sure that I am selecting analog audio on DVD player?
2) How do i make sure that TV input is correct in DVD player?

Thanks,
Kevin

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  • jonscojo Aug 03, 2008

    I can get audio from the tv always except when playing a dvd, then I only get audio from the surround sound. I don't have the surround sound hooked up anymore so when I try to play a dvd I hear nothing.

  • junigilani Aug 07, 2008

    Hi, I purchased a dvi to hdmi cable to route my mac to my bravia 32" monitor. I also purchased an XTREMEHD switcher so I could have more than one input to my monitor. My hdtv cable box works (hdmi connection) and my Sony Bravia surround sound works (hdmi connection)



    Problem #1

    I cant get the surround sound to work when Im watching tv...that is, only the tv speakers work and the surround sound speakers dont...when Im watching a dvd, the surround sound speakers work and the lcd tv speakers are somehow disabled...is there a setting somewhere that can correct this? I've tried a few but cant figure it out...HELP!



    Problem#2

    My hdtv cable box and sony bravia surround sound/dvd player both work going through the hdmi switcher...but when I try to connect my Mac computer through the switcher (using a DVI to HDMI connector) or directly to my Sony Bravia LCD monitor, I get nothing...is there a setting for this on the Bravia TV that I'm missing???



    Pleeeeeeeeease Help!

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I have the same problem,, the DVD and the TV are connected with a scart cable which is suppose to supply picture and sound, however only receive surrounding sounds and no voices when watching DVD;
Tv on its own works perfectly, I have lots of other cables supplied with the units, is the scart cable just the wrong one.
Thanks for any help

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

I think you need to get an Optical Digital Audio Cable and connect it to the tv and speakers then it should work

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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