I've confirmed that "mute" is not on, but I am still not getting audio on my TV. However, if I put on the picture-in-picture and switch audio to the secondary/small picture, I do get audio. If I then switch the secondary/small picture to be the primary, the audio is again lost.
I'm totally confused! What is the difference between the audio for the primary and secondary pictures? I am assuming that this will help me track down the problem.
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Re: No Audio on Primary Screen
HELLO . WELL THE DIFFRENCE BETWEEN THEM IS THAT THEY ARE TUNER'S AND THEY ARE SEPRATE FROM EACH OTHER.!!! JUST LIKE THE VHS TUNER'S YOU HAVE .!!! THERE IS THE PRIMARY WITCH .!!! WOULD BE (A) AND THEN THE SECONDARY WITCH WOULD BE (B) IT SOUND'S LIKE YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE AUDIO BOARD. OR THE (IC'S) ON THE BOARD. IT WOULD BE CHEPER TO DO. IF YOU KNOW HOW.? " WELL "GOOD LUCK"
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Check whether mute function is on or not. Enter its sound menu and check it. If it is not off there, the fault is with its audio processor section, mute section, or audio output section. To make it confirm, your set need a through checkup. Contact any experienced service technician.
It sounds that the sound processing section [digital circuts] are working well, and the fault must be either to the speakers, settings or to analogue audio amplifier section. Make sure that the Mute function is OFF. If it is OFF, and still you do not get audio output by tV speakers, surely the fault must be to audio amplifier circuits, provided speakers are OK. If your TV has a headphone out socket, this socket should also checked for proper interconnection.
Hi, Welcome to Fixya. If the volume is not working on the monitor the next thing you need to check is the HDMI cable. If possible to replace the cable so that we can determine the problem if this is caused by the cable, the monitor or the PS3. You can also try to connect the PS3 to a different TV using the same cable and see if you will hear a sound. Please let me know what happen so that we can continue troubleshooting. Thanks
It appears you ve discovered the sound task levers required to adjustment properties. Your Tv can still move levers even when the volume is set to mute. Select the unmute button before any voice or audio would be reactivated. Assuming that seting the TV on mute has predominant integrety over the volume functions where not unmuting usually with the same button on the remote would not achieve accessibility to the volume functions. refer to the TV user guide for diagnostic audios. Good luck
Go to Menu from remote.
Select "Audio" and confirm "Internal" speakers vs. "External". Internal is the built in speaker sna external is when you are using a surround sound or reciever for audio.
Check this and follow up.