I inherited this TV secondhand. The picture works great but I get no internal sound whatsoever. I hooked up audio input from other sources, and they don't produce sound either, so I am sure it is the internal sound.
I have fiddled around with the settings but can't find anything that works. Unfortunately I don't have external speakers so I can't check to see if external sound works.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Thanks for the suggestion. I have since discovered the problem. Apparently this model does NOT have internal sound. You must purchase their matching external speakers or get surround sound system (which i did). then it works great.
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Make sure TV is not muted.Make sure the TV is not set to SAP (secondary audio protocol)Make sure TV input is correct (someone may have accidentally pressed the "aux" input button or similar causing the TV to use an input with no sound going to it)Make sure there is not a pair of headphones connected to the TV audio out jack on the side or front of your TV.Check all of the cables that are connected into the back of your TV. (it is possible the TV was moved slightly and a cable has become disconnected or loose)If you have a receiver or surround sound connected to your TV, turn it on and see if you get sound coming from the external speakers.Turn off the TV, cable box, and anything else connected to the TV. Sometimes turning everything off and then back on can fix the problem.If using an "S" video cable into an input on the back of your TV, these cables carry no sound, just video, so make sure you connect an audio cable too.Hook up an external device to the "TV audio out" input. This will be the test to see if it is a TV circuit board malfunction or the speakers are faulty in your TV.If you are connected to a satellite box, use the included remote and go into the "menu". Check to make sure sound settings are set correctly.
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Hook your Xbox to tv via HDMI, then hook TV to reciever through digital optical or composite cables. If you try to get your picture through receiver first, you may get picture and sound but, sound may be delayed and picture might not be the best. Bettter to run through tv first then provide sound to receiver.
try accessing your tv settings menu and look for audio settings. usually there is an adjustment that you can make for external audio speakers such as when hooking up to a sound amplifier or internal audio that accesses your internal tv speakers.
the easy way is RCA cables..Plug the video out of the dvd into the video input of the t/v...then plug the audio -right & left out of the dvd into the audio input of the t/v...For a great picture use an S-video cable from the dvd to the t/v BUT thats just for the picture not the sound. you still need rca cables for sound
you have to hook up the 1/4 headphone jack plug to the TV, from the computer. an Y audio cable with RCA plug (male) with headphone 1/4 male plug. hook the headphone jack to the green hole of the computer(sound out) to the audio input of the TV better yet to a stereo AUX port. also make sure the mute button hasnt been pressed.
Check the setup menu on your TV. Many models require that you choose between using the internal speakers and using the speaker outputs. Sometimes the TV menu choices are "FIXED" (audio output) or "VARIABLE" (internal speakers).