No sound from my home theater system when switching it on
There is no sound coming from my home theater system when I power it up. All of the speakers are connected properly. The fuses is good. There are no wires touching. It is connected to PC. But I still cannot get sound from it, even if I connect it to any other device. Is it time for a replacement, or must I go into the subwoofer. All the cables I need are connected. I tried all that I could try. Ifs there anything else I can do before I ditch the system?
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This sounds like a power problem .. It may have a switch mode power supply... turn it on and listen if you can hear a faint clicking sound ... maybe the switchmode power supply is not switching on properly.
The DVD938 only has analog audio input (2.1 channel), thats why you have only a white (left channel) and red (right channel) audio connection from your ps3 to the home theatre. There is an option called PROLOGIC in the setup menu that will simulate 5.1 with the 2.1, it basically takes the 2.1 channels and splits it into all the speakers.
check all jack plugs are in the correct places and speaker connection wires too.try turning your tuner on to test the speakers that way for sound,if sound is heard through the speakers it could be a cd malfunction.if nothing works contact your dealer.
1. Connect the front left,
front right, center, and sub woofer speakers to the back of the home theater
the home theater system off, insert the TX card into the TX Card connection
(WIRELESS) on the back of the home theater. Important:
Make sure to insert the TX card with the slanted portion of the card facing
3. Connect the
rear left and the rear right speakers to the back of the SWA-3000.
4. Plug the power cord
of the SWA-3000 into an electrical wall outlet, and then switch the power
switch on the back of the SWA-3000 to [ON]
Sounds like it's just in 2 channel stereo mode, only 2 speakers working out of 5 and a sub, look for a selector switch for switching to 5.1 surround, as far as the no video problem try replacing the cable for the video connection.
With the home theater system off, press and hold the REMAIN button on the home theater's remote control for 5 seconds. Note: You can release the REMAIN button when the POWER LED blinks blue/Red depending on model.
With the SWA-3000 turned on, use a ball point pen to press the RESET button on the back of the SWA-3000. The POWER LED in the front of the home theater blinks two times.