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  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    Panasonic TC-26LX85
    TC-32LX85

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    I have the 3 connectors, red,white

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    Did you answer me yet?

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    tv speaker is on. I just need to know where to connect the plugs on the dvd

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    on back of tv there are 3 places for red

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    I do not feel satisfied. I need to know where to connect the 3 plugs- 1 white,1 yellow, 1 red
    and the other is just 2, 1 red & 1 white.
    I don't know where the AV input is on back of tv because there are 3 places that say Audio.
    1 says Audio Amp R L - 1 says Audio R L -
    and 1 is on the side of the tv that says Audio R L.

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    Yes, I've always had sound from the tv. Just no sound when I put a movie into the dvd.
    According to the chart you sent of the back of tv, I have the red, white

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    The DVD player is an Aspire Digital AD-1000
    It was working fine for years. Then I got a gift card from Dell for buying a computer. So, I disconnected it

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    there are 5 - the 3 red,white

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    when I plugged into the pr pb sockets, I couldn't plug into the Y because it is blue

  • algona Mar 21, 2011

    I'm really tired tonite. I printed out these last directions and will try them tomorrow.
    Thank you for your help so far.

  • algona Mar 22, 2011

    Good morning! I have the plugs all hooked up per your instructions. I put the DVD in & put it on component and I have no picture or sound. Normally, when I put the DVD in I have to press
    TV/Video and go to Video 1. Does it change things because this TV has the HDTV ? Forgive me, I am an 80 year old woman with not much electronic skills.

  • algona Mar 22, 2011

    Thank you, thank you!!! Up at the top of the remote control between Open/close & Standby is a button that says VMode. I pressed it and picture & sound came on. You saved me some money because to have someone come to my house was going to cost $60 just to come.
    Thanks again, you are much appreciated!

  • algona Mar 22, 2011

    Yes, Nick/BElectric was very helpful. Thank you.

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Hello Algona,

It's very difficult to tell you which connections to use without some further information. You have a total of 5 plugs (Red/White/Yellow and Red/White). I am uncertain whether you are trying to make a composite type connection which only uses the Red/White/Yellow plugs or a component connection which commonly uses 5 plugs. My uncertainly here is because component usually used plugs color-coded green, red and blue for video with additional red and white plugs for audio.

Please let me know the brand and model number of the device you are trying to connect to the TV and how many plug/jacks are connected to the back of this device. I will then draw you a specific diagram showing all the correct connections specific for your TV.

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BElectric

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    DILLIGAF Mar 21, 2011

    Thank you - I am drawing a diagram for you specific to your DVD player and TV. I will post back with this shortly. Probably no more than 30 minutes.

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    DILLIGAF Mar 21, 2011

    I've drawn the diagram/s for you, but to avoid any confusion, please can you let me know how many plugs are connected to the back of the DVD player - 3 or 5? (Not including the power cable!)



    As soon as I get your answer, I will post the diagram.



    Thanks,

    BElectric

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 21, 2011

    OK, this is fairly simply but complicated slightly by the fact that you are using a composite color-coded cable for a component connection.



    I'm assuming you have picture/video from the DVD player, in which case it is only the audio cables that need to be connected to the correct sockets on the back of the TV.



    The cable with the red, white & yellow plugs should be connected to the three video sockets (Y, Pr and Pb) in the YELLOW box. The other audio cable with just red & white plugs needs to be connected to the adjacent audio sockets shown in the diagram below. Connect the RED plug to the socket labelled R (ringed in red) and the WHITE plug to the socket labelled L (ringed in black)








    Basically, all 5 cables should be in a horizontal line in adjacent sockets as shown above. I have not attempted to show which color plug is connected to each of the Pr, Pb and Y sockets as it's impossible for me to determine which sockets the corresponding plugs are connected to on the back of the DVD player. As long as you have video (picture) from the DVD, this is irrelevant anyway and will only make things more complicated.



    When using the connections above, your TV needs to be set on the COMPONENT input when playing a DVD. Press the TV/VIDEO button on your Panasonic remote, then highlight COMPONENT from the INPUT SELECT list using the UP/DOWN arrow keys and press OK to select.



    Please make the connections above, then let me know if you need further assistance.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 21, 2011

    Now I'm confused as well :)



    Let's start at the beginning. Ignore the color-coding on the plugs and the color-coding on the sockets on the DVD player and the TV. Your cables are perfectly suitable for a component connection but are color-coded for a composite connection. This causes some confusion, so you have to match the names on the sockets at both ends rather than rely on matching the colors.



    Disconnect all 5 plugs from both the DVD player and the TV, then connect them all as follows:



    Start with the cable with red, white & yellow plugs on both ends:



    Connect the YELLOW plug to the socket labelled Y on the back of the TV

    Connect the RED plug to the socket labelled Pr on the back of the TV

    Connect the WHITE plug to the socket lablled Pb on the back of the TV



    Now go to the back of the DVD player:



    Connect the YELLOW plug to the socket labelled Y on the back of the DVD player

    Connect the RED plug to the socket labelled Pr on the back of the DVD player

    Connect the WHITE plug to the socket lablled Pb on the back of the DVD player



    Now connect the cable with just red & white plugs



    Connect the RED plug to the socket labelled R on the back of the TV (next to Pb, Pr and Y)

    Connect the WHITE plug to the socket lablled L on the back of the TV (next to Pb, Pr and Y)



    You should now have 5 plugs connected to the back of the TV in the 5 sockets shown in the diagram I posted in my previous message.



    Now go to the back of the DVD player:



    Connect the RED plug to the socket labelled R (above AUDIO) on the back of the DVD player

    Connect the WHITE plug to the socket lablled L (above AUDIO) on the back of the DVD player



    You should now have 5 plugs connected to both the TV and the DVD player and you should have both video and audio from the DVD player when you select the COMPONENT input on the TV. The instructions for selecting the component input are in my previous message.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 21, 2011

    No problem at all. I strongly recommend you start again as per my last message. To make those instructions a little simpler, all you need to do is ignore the color-coding (mostly) and simply make sure the names on the sockets match on the TV and DVD player. You have 10 plugs in total, 5 at each end . . .



    Connect Pb to Pb

    Connect Pr to Pr

    Connect Y to Y

    Connect R to R (audio)

    Connect L to L (audio)



    You can't use the wrong sockets on the back of the DVD player as there is only one Pb, one Pr and one Y socket and one L audio and one R audio.



    Just make sure these are connected to the corresponding named sockets on the back of the TV and that all 5 plugs on the back of the TV are in the 5 sockets in a horizontal line in the diagram posted earlier. Select the component input on the TV, play a disc and Bob's your uncle . . . hopefully anyway!



    Post a message here tomorrow as soon as you hit any hurdles and I'll get back to you right away.



    Regards,

    BElectric

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 22, 2011

    Good morning -



    Nearly there! Put a DVD in the player and set it playing so video and audio are being sent to the TV, then try all the other INPUTS from the list (VIDEO 1, etc).



    The correct input should be Component but they may be incorrectly labelled. It's also possible that a setting needs to be changed on the DVD player. Please try the other inputs from the list and I'll check on the settings for the player. I will get back to you in a few minutes.


  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 22, 2011

    If you've tried all of the inputs and still can't get any audio and/or video from the DVD player, set the TV to the component input again, then locate the VIDEO/Y key on the Aspire Digital remote control and press it once.



    The VIDEO/Y key is more or less directly below the 0 (zero) key. If you don't seem to have any keys below the number keys, there will be a flap that opens to reveal additional keys on the remote.

  • DILLIGAF
    DILLIGAF Mar 22, 2011

    Well done! Very glad I could help. I can assure you that you're a lot more technically minded than many other people of your age.



    I would appreciate it if you could accept my solution as it's the only way I get credited for my work at FixYa. This also prevents your question from being returned to FixYa's unsolved problems list. I'm not entirely sure how you do this, but I think the accept button is below the first solution / message I posted to you. As 2 solutions have been posted, please make sure you accept the correct one. Thanks.



    If I can be of any further assistance, please post another message on this page.



    Regards,

    Nick / BElectric

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Hi,
Let me know model number and brand of your tv to find out possible cause of no sound out problem.
Thanks.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    Thanks for model number update.
    Get back to you shortly, please wait my next post.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    Thanks for wait, please check TV Speaker option is ON in tv Menu.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    Red-White RCA plugs will be connected in Audio Out jacks at rear of DVD Player and Audio In at AV Input at back of tv.
    Thanks.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    If I get to know model number of dvd player that you are connecting with tv, I might post an image for connection setup for better idea.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    Below image shows where to plug pins in tv as per color.
    Thanks.


  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    Did you get sound in tv?

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 21, 2011

    In my opinion, it is incorrect cable that you are attaching between tv and dvd player, you need Yellow-Red-White AV Cable and plug pins in same colors jacks in both units to get picture and sound.
    All this trouble is due to incorrect AV cable, correct cable will do the trick for correct connection setup.
    Thanks.

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