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Re: Output to a TV
Yes. While making output on a TV monitor, the LCD monitor on the camera is turned OFF. Connect the A/V cable, supplied with the camera, to the A/V output connector on the camera and the input connector on the TV. Note: the camera has an NTSC signal if purchased in North America
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If there is an output on the portable TV/DVD, connect a cable from the output on the portable to the input on the flat screen. If there is nothing labeled output on the portable, this is not possible. Sorry
This model has no headphone out put. In the rear panel there are two monitor audio outputs which could drive headphones, but I think the volume output to a possible monitor matches the tv loudspeaker output, and may not turn off the audio separately.
Hello First check whether sound control has been muted or not. If muted, as you know, there will be no output from the speakers. If not muted, and still no sound, there are two possibilities. The first one is of speaker, and the second one is with the audio output IC inside the circuit Check its speaker first. you can check the speakers with the help of a multimeter, of with a torch cell. If speakers are found OK, and still there is no sound output, the audio output IC is faulty and shoul be replaced with same number . The number of the audio output IC for your tV is [TA8265K]. This IC can be located at the main board of your tV. If you have eneough knoledge and tools to do the job, you can replace it at home. If you want anymore assistance from me, inform me by FixYa comment box. I've all the repair details about your tV with me. OK.
First of all take the Audio output from the LINE OUTPUT and connect to an external amplifier. If the sound is still not clear then it is possible that the fault is in the SIF section provided this is the sound distortion from a Tv program/cable program. If this is a DVD or DTH input then the distortion can be from these input units. So please confirm on them.
If the sound does not have distortion then the fault is in the OUTPUT of the audio amplifier in the TV, Possible the output IC or the coupling capacitor are defective.
You have a red and white composite audio cable the simplest way is to hook that to your audio output on your tv then obviously the other end goes into the soundbar. Make sure its an OUTPUT not input on the tv, if you hook it up this way everything that plays on your tv will then play through the soundbar.Some tv's do not have an audio output if this is the case then you will have to hook it up to an output of another source such as DVD player or cable box. There are two other possible audio outs on your tv they are fiber optic audio and digital coaxil audio but usually not the case as they are usually only inputs. One other thing some tv's(very rare) require you to go to menu to enable audio out. There is one other possibity and that is HDMI which carries picture and sound but again TV's rarely have this output.
If your TV has an OUTPUT MONITOR Output Jacks, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) FEMALE RCA Jacks.Then these will output WHATEVER is showing on the TV screen. And can be used as an Output for any Recording Viewing device.
There will be other, FEMALE RCA Jacks,AV, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) and possibly also The Composite Video, Red, Green, Blue, all Video, These are INPUTS, they will be there also. Make sure.
Strictly speaking, no. Your TV has both a line-level audio output, via RCA cables, and a SPDIF (digital audio output) connector (and a headphone jack). Any of these will output a low-level signal into an stereo amplifier or home theater AV receiver. The speakers would be attached to that separate amplifier unit.
Please locate audio input socket on your TV, Then Connect audio output of DVD recorder to this input socket. The optical output of TV goes to input of amp. Since the DVD recorder is connected to the TV and TV's out put connected to the Amp. Now the sound signals from tv and as well from DVD will be 5.1 surround from the amp.
If any case this does not solve your problem, please mail me the photo of the back side of TV's connections at my mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
as your reg. output is 40v & you have checked every possible things responsible for it.
my suggetion is that
first you isolate power supply from hor.section & see if power supply output is ok.
if it is ok then check for short & leakage in h/output like
1 hor.output tr.
2 diode or cap in eht winding.
3 check for print near eht transformer.
4 disconnect yoke connector & check .
5 & finally eht or flyback transformer.