Wharfedale LCD37F1080P and external surround sound
Have connected the Audio cables to the Audio Out connections on the TV and the Audio In on the surround sound system, but cannot get any sound from the TV through the sound system. If I connect the sound system to the DVD player the same way I get sound but only for what is playing on the DVD, and the same happens with the video.
Re: Wharfedale LCD37F1080P and external surround sound
hi here is what you do go into menu go to feature thento ext 2 out then press right blue button on remoteand find the ext you need make sure your tv volume is turned down make sure your surround sound is on and turned up wait and you will here your sound when you have the right ext i have hdmi lead in ext 5 so it ext 5 that will show in the feature menu i hope you find your problem solved allan
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Depends on your external sound system... If it supports HDMI, then just connect an HDMI lead between the TV and the external amp. If you don't have HDMI, look for two RCA/Phono connectors (small circular connectors) on the back of the TV (should be coloured red & white) and connect these to the external sound system. Finally, if you don't have either of these look for a 32 pin scart socket (rectangular with a bit sticking out) and get a scart to phone cable. Plug the scart plug into the TV and connect the Red & White output leads to your external system - hope that helps :-)
though you have not mentioned about the cabling connections you have done, for the sake of correct
connection I describe all the possible cabling alternatives to you..You
can select whichever you want.. TO WATCH DVD ON THE TV: ** Receiver's "AUDIO and VIDEO OUTPUT as " 2xRCA Audio+1x Video " or "Optic Cable OUTPUT or " HDMI Output " of your Home Theater Receiver (whichever you want ,based on the existing sockets and necessary cables on your hand ) **
AT TV side : you need to connect "Audio+ Video input s " as can either be : 3xRCA jacks or
"Optic cable input " or HDMI IN connector of your TV , ** than just switch to
DVD mode on Receiver and play DVD *You can use "HDMI" connections as well but sometimes HDMI creates problem on Audio.. TO LISTEN YOUR TV ON SURROUND SYS. **
AT TV side : you need to connect "Audio Output " as can either be : 2xRCA jacks or
"Optic cable output" or HDMI connector of your TV , ** to Receiver's "TV input "or "AUX input" or "Optic Cable input" or HDMI of your Home Theater Receiver (whichever you want ,based on the existing sockets and necessary
cables on your hand ) ** than just switch to
respective SOURCE mode on Receiver corresponding the connector you have used on the back of Receiver .. *You can use "HDMI" connections as well but sometimes HDMI creates problem on Audio..
Pls remember.."IN " goes to "OUT" or vice versa..all the times..
There you go..Both Tv and DVD sound are on the Receiver as SURROUNDING SOUND.By this means ,whatever you watch on the TV will come thru your Receiver's SURROUNDING SOUND speakers as well.
Hope this helps!..if more help requires pls let me know. Take care
What cables are you using for the XBOX and the digital box? What surround sound system are you using (what receiver)? Which model of Dynex 32" TV do you have? Looking at the DX-L32-10A, I can connect both devices to the TV and then the audio out to the surround sound system.
If HDMI, then that will carry the audio to the TV and then you would need an audio cable from the audio out on the TV to the surround sound speakers. Similarly, if you use component video and the audio cable combination, there are 2 component video jacks and 3 audio-in jacks on the rear of the TV. Then connect another cable from the audio out of the TV to the surround sound system. (This TV has one audio out and a headphone jack.)
If you previously had the audio going from the Rogers digital box directly to the surround sound system, you need to reroute things unless there are two or more sets of audio in jacks on the surround sound system. Some surround sound system can take several HDMI in cables and then route it to the TV on a HDMI out port.
Without more information, I can't be sure of the best option for your cables.
I hope this gets you started and please provide more information for additional suggestions.
1. are you using an external cable/satellite box. if the answer is yes , verify if you have the audio out of the reciver connected to a surround sound system If you do have it connected to a surround sound system , verify the surround sound systems volume is up and on the correct source input on the surround sound system
2. if you do not have a external cable/satellite box and and or your not using a surround sound system, and the cable line is connected directly to the television via a coax cable.. then verify that in the audio settings configuration of the telivision you have not accidentally disabled the internal speakers, some tvs have this option , please consult your manual.
First, if you have the jacks in back of your TV for audio out, you may have to set the audio on the TV for external audio. Go to menu and then click on audio or audio options, and see if there is a mode for external or aux audio out.If that does not work, then use cables with the RCA ends and hook up from cable box to audio in or aux in of your surround sound system. Look at the back of the cable box for audio out or aux audio output and connect these two jacks to the audio in or aux input of your surround system.
If the cable box does not have extra audio out, you can take Y connectors and branch off the two jacks that are going to your TV. Radio Shack has these Y connectors. They allow two cables to be connected to one jack.
Hope this helps, if so Please rate, and Good Luck!
Just click and choose whatever hooked up connection you want;
DVD Players/Recorders: Home Theater Setup, Installation & Hook Up ..
* Audio and Video Connection Guide
* What is HDMI Technology?
* HDMI Explained in Detail
* Audio and Video Definitions
Plasma or Video Projector Wiring Guide
Blue-ray Surround Wiring
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Hope this may help;
tart checking the cable connection to receiver, try moving or replacing cables.
If you have a surround with external speakers check surround connection cable and speakers wiring.
If the cables are OK, then the unit may be faulty.
that case the fault can be either the audio board (often audio circuit
is integrated on the main board) , or the sinput output signal board. Also a contact on connection to internal speakers can give you same problem.