- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
If you are unable to view video on your television set, the issue may be that the TV's video input selection does not match.
The TV input source must match how the equipment for example DVD is connected to the TV.
* Plug the RCA cables(red,yellow,white cord) to the designated ports. * Grab your Apex TV remote and attempt to cycle through the video inputs by hitting the "Input" button at the top of the remote multiple times. * If you have used a DVD player or similar external device recently, you may have neglected to switch the video input back to the one assigned to your TV programming. * Devices such as DVD players often reside on the AV 1 or AV 2 video input, and failure to switch back off of one of these will result in a dark, soundless screen when attempting to view cable or satellite television. * Cycle through the inputs until you land on your cable/satellite input once more, which should result in an immediate restoration of picture and sound. * If it does not, approach your Apex TV and look over the A/V cable connections. The A/V cable has two sets of prongs, one on either of its ends. Each prong is either red, yellow and white, and plugs into corresponding A/V ports on the back of the Apex TV and the back of your cable or satellite box. Make sure the ports and prongs are color-corresponding and have not been switched up.
If you are unable to view video on your television set, the issue may
be that the TV's video input selection does not match.
The TV input source must match how the device for example DVD player is connected to the TV. At the back of Samsung's LN40A650A HDTV are three HDMI
inputs, plugs for component input, an antenna input for the DTV receiver and
a VGA input. Please check on what port the device is plug.
To correct the issue, use the TV's remote control and change the video
Press the Menu button on the remote control and navigate to TV Input
Only ones that are actually connected are
highlighted and available.
If there are multiple device connected please make sure you select the device you want to connect.
You may also check if all cables are properly connected.
You cannot hear the audio from the DVD player because your headphones are connected directly into the cable box. I'm assuming that your DVD does not route through your cable box, thus the audio has no way of getting to your RS 110's. Also, changing the channel on the TV has no effect on the cable box, thus it won't alter than audio.
What you need to do:
Look on the cable box to see if there is an option for AUDIO in (should be a pair of red and white RCA plugs)
You want to run an RCA cable from the AUDIO OUT of the DVD player to the AUDIO IN of the cable box
Then select the Auxillary input from the cable box and you should be able to hear the DVD
Alternatively you can run both DVD audio and video through the cable box
Look for DVD IN on the cable box
Connect the audio/video cables from the DVD player to the cable box
To watch a DVD, switch to the DVD input on the cable box
Alternatively you can run the cable box through the DVD player
There may be inputs for AUDIO and VIDEO in on the back of the DVD player
You want to connect the outputs of the Cable box into the back of the DVD player
You can then select the input on the DVD player to control whether you see/hear the cable or DVD
Is your television turning on? If not, try to plug it into another outlet to see if it does. If not, thats the power supply (unless you tripped a breaker of course). If there is neither sound nor a picture (try to see if you can see the channel change) even after trying another outlet. This is a power issue with the television itself.
If you can hear sound but still no picture, take out the video card and unplug the tv. Wait about 2 minutes then plug in the tv and put the card back in.
If it is turning on. Try to connect another device such as a dvd, vcr, speakers, etc. (make sure your on the proper input). You can locate the input by where you plug it in on the tv as it is labeled. If this does work, you will need to replace your video card.
Do you have your yellow RCA video out plugged into the DVD players yellow rca input channel? Make sure of that first, if thats ok then something else is going on, I will need more details after you check out the rca's.
In order of picture and sound quality -- from best to worst:
1. The best way to connect, assuming your TV and A/V Receiver and/or Cable Box have the jacks, is to use a HDMI cable ( this cable is for both sound and video).
2. Use Component Video out to input (3 RCA plugs, Red, Blue & Green) along with RCA Audio out to input (2 RCA plugs for stereo - 1 for mono).
3. Use S-Video out to input (1 din plug) along with RCA Audio out to input (2 RCA plugs for stereo - 1 for mono).
4. Use Video out to input (1 RCA plug, yellow) along with RCA Audio out to input (2 RCA plugs for stereo - 1 for mono).
Be sure to select the correct inputs on your TV and Audio/Video receiver when you are watching TV. For example if you have connected your TV to HDMI 1 and DVD to HDMI 2, you will not see or hear anything if you don't select the correct input on your TV and A/V receiver for the input you want to see and hear.
Detailed connection instructions will be found in your owners' manuals.
Hi, where you plug the dvd cables into the tv determines where the picture will be seen; Example, if you plug the dvd players yellow, red & white cable into the tv`s "input 1" then you go to the tv`s "input" or "tv/video" button and push those buttons to get "input 1" to come up on the screen and you`ll see the picture and hear the audio, it`s kinda like a file folder in your computer, you`ve got to find the file then open it to see the contents. If your tv is on channel 3 or 5 or whatever you won`t see the picture because the picture is in video not a tv channel