It may seem obvios but take the dvd player out of the dashboard and check all connections.if this fails you may have to take it to a audio specialist to check if the internal amplifier of the unit is functioning correctly.
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Please be more specific. Are you not able to hear any sound on the TV regardless of the input source? I've not seen a dvd with speakers so how are you hearing the sound from the DVD? Are you using a AVR between the DVD and the TV or are you connecting the DVD directly to the TV? If directly what type of cable are you using?
Go to your local radio Shack and get the tape adapter that you need. It's a cassette w/ a wire connected to it, you put that into your tape player then the cord/wire plugs into your DVD player and you'll hear the movie through your car stereo. I have one and that's what you need. Enjoy! :)
My set started having sound issues recently. Every now and then, randomly, I get a split second, static sound. It sounds like an old record player when it skips. It happens on all channels HD and digital. Also happens when I'm watching a DVD. This leads me to think that it's not my cable box (Dish Network). I have a Bose 321 aux amp plugged in. I hear it through my aux speakers, as well as directly through the tv set. Not sure what to do. Is it possible my tv's amp is burning out? What could be causing this?
I recently purchased a vizio 37" LCD tv, I have tried everything in hooking up my Sony DVD surround system to the TV. However, I found no audio output on this TV. Could you tell me if there is a way to hook the tv directly up to the surround without an output?
Is there something else I need to buy?
Have you recently used headphones in this device? I have a portable DVD player that had a similar problem. It thought that headphones were plugged in and that turned the sound in the external speakers off. If i plugged in headphones the sound worked in them. So I jiggled the headphone plug in while in the jack and removed it and the sound came back on.