Hi there I have a 42" rear projection Samsung TV but when I conect my ipod via phono jacks to it no sound comes out also it has external 4 at the side but only goes to external 3 when selecting the Av's.
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Make sure you have NO antivirus/antispyware/antiadware or other resource hogging background programs running while processing the audio. These programs hog resources to the point that the buffering within the audio devices is overrun causing gaps.
IF YOU HAVE A DVI CONECTER A BIG WHITE PLUG WITH MANY CONNECTERS YOU CAN BUY A HDMI -DVI ADAPTER BESIDE THE DVI CONNECTER YOU WILL HAVE INDICATION FOR DVI AUDIO YOU MUST PASS TWO AUDIO CABLES FOR SOUND
your home theater has a AUX phono plug in the back you need to buy or make a cable that looks like this
to buy 3.5mm headphone jack>>>>> phonojack if that cable has only one phono jack on the other side then you also need this one phonojack>>>>>two phono jacks this is needed because if you kept it as one jack then only one side will play music
if you make it then 3.5mm headphone jack>>>>>> two phono jacks
I hope 3.5mm to twin phono would have plugged in headphone jack of PC to get sound for TV, right? Reduce PC volume level up to zero and increase it very little bit to get sound in TV. TV is getting excessive sound level from headphone jack and causing mute circuit to activate to avoid any internal damage.
If you connect an iPod via USB, the system will treat it as a hard drive and will use its (very basic) on-screen system to display your tracks.
I found the best way to get a result is to use a 3.5 (stereo) jack to RCA phono stereo input into the auxillary input on the back (side). To hear your iPod, select AUX on your Samsung and then select and play on your iPod. Bobs your uncle!!