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"Consumer electronic devices concerned with audio (for example Sound cards) often have a connector labeled "line in" and/or "line out". Line out provides an audio signal output and line in receives a signal input. The line in/out connections on a computer sound card are generally unbalanced, with a TRS connector of 6.35 mm (1/4"), 3.5 mm (1/8" miniature) or 2.5 mm (3/32" subminiature). The connections on most other consumer equipment use RCA jacks. In most cases changing the volume setting on the source equipment does not vary the strength of the line out signal."
gailsplaytim, That really depends on what audio inputs you have on your tv. Your Insignia has composite audio outputs (Red and White) and digital coaxial and your tv most likely will have at least composite inputs.
The easiest way to connect your dvd to your tv is just to use the composite as you will not hear the difference in sound quality between the two through the speakers built into your tv.
If you want to run digital audio into your tv for a reason such as the tv's audio output is running to another device like a receiver and you want the digital audio to transfer, you need to look at what digital audio inputs you have on your tv. The only digital audio output on your dvd is a digital coaxial. You can buy digital coaxial converters online. If your tv for example has a toslink input, there are digital coaxial to toslink converters relativity cheap online
You actually do have a sound device in your pc, just no drivers. there are a number of options. 1st go to the mfg site and use their driver upgrade service.( it's free) 2nd, cnet.com has audio drivers and probably realtek ac97 will cure your problem.(also free) 3rd and the best option is to go to drivermax.com it is a free service that will scan your computer and give you the option to upgrade all the drivers on your system. There is no adware or spyware on this site and I send all my customers before I come out and charge them a service call.
if you go to the start menu and right click my computer on the list at the bottom it says properties click thAt a window will open called system properties on the tab titled hardware at the top click that a window for the hardware will open and you are looking for device manager in the device manager you can update and mess with whatever you have installed on your computer. now look for sound video and game controllers on the left is a plus arrow click the + symbol and it will expand your devices look for anything titled with the words (audio driver) this should give you make and model information of your sound card and drivers from here you can use windows (by double clicking your selection) to troubleshoot and update that driver or what i would reccomend is write that information down and then google search the description for your sound card and driver i think a generic driver is called legacy audio driver or something like that. anyways hope this fix ya
DEAR NO PROBLEM THAT YOU CAN DOWNLOAD FROM REALTEK WEBSITE DIRCTLY THROUGH THE EALTEK OWNERS SITE.
TO YOUR COMPUTER
YOU WILL FIND AND BUY IT A CD ROM CONTAING REAL TEK APPLICATION FROM THE COMPUTER SHOP NEAR BY YOUR TOWN.