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Re: volume control doesn't work on the enternal speaker
On some sets that have audio output jacks, the level of the audio output on the RCA jacks is fixed, and it does not change with the TV's volume control. On some sets, such as Sony, you can choose fixed or variable output. I have also seen some sets that have both fixed and variable RCA jacks on the back. With variable audio out, the audio level at the audio output jacks follows the TV's volume control. If you go into the TV's menu and navigate to the audio page, look for fixed or variable output options. If you have the owner's manual, read the section on audio output. If variable output is not an option on your model, then the level is constant and the volume will have to be adjusted with the stereo's volume control.
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For this purpose I am using headphone output of the TV set. I connect the headphone output to the AUXiliary input of the receiver. All you need is an interconnection cable, one end with 3,5 mm stereo male earphone jack, the other end with a pair of RCA jacks. This output of TV provides an additional output signal to your receiver but volume control behaviour (independent volume control for earphone output etc.) changes for different brands of TV sets.
Typically you need an preamplifier between your tv and amplifier. you run one optical cable (or coax ) cable from you tv audio output to the preamplifier then you run audio rca cables from preamp outputs to amp inputs (2 for stereo 5 or 7 for surround). the preamp decodes audio and controls volume and surround modes. If you have a cable box and need just simple setup for watching tv just run rca cables from your cable box audio outs to your amp inputs. you then program your cable remote control to control volume.
Obviously make sure your stereo mode selector is set to AUX and the volume on the stereo is turned up at least a little when you test it.
If you still have no luck then try increasing the volume on the TV as well. You may have it set so that the level of the audio signal leaving the rear output connectors on the TV varies with the TV volume. That way if your TV volume was turned down or muted when you tested it, then you would not hear anything coming through your stereo.
There should be a setting in the AUDIO OPTIONS menu of your TV where you can switch between a VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT and a FIXED AUDIO OUTPUT level.
With the FIXED audio output level, you control the volume of the TV audio coming through the stereo speakers with the stereo remote only.
One simple way to accomplish this is to run RCA audio cables from the red and white (left and right) AUDIO OUT jacks on the back of your TV, and plug those into the red and white (left and right) AUX INPUT connectors on the back of your stereo.
Then just select AUX on the input mode selector of your stereo and you will hear the TV audio through the stereo speakers.
Make sure your TV volume is turned up about halfway way and then adjust the volume on the stereo to your liking.
In the AUDIO OPTIONS of your TV menu you can usually select whether you want the TV speaker to be OFF or ON. That way you can just control the stereo volume with your stereo remote to hear the TV audio.
Or you can select VARIABLE OUTPUT LEVEL for the rear audio output connectors on the TV, and then you can control the volume with the TV remote and just leave the stereo volume set at one volume all the time.
There are many other ways to hook up sound through your stereo, that is just one cheap and simple one.
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I hope that was helpful to you, good luck.
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Since we're most concerned with the stereo sound, disregard colors and read the silkscreened legends for the connectors.
However you would be better to get your TV-related audio from the cable box in the same way. TV electronics is on the lo-fi end of the quality spectrum. And its own volume control may affect the output. If the TV has a setting to make the output FIXED, select it so you can turn the TV volume down and let the real speakers do the audio job.
Whichever you choose...
Connect Audio L and R Out from the TV to any convenient input (AUX?) on the Technics.
The response to your question is in two parts. There should be a couple of RCA jacks on the rear or side of the set labeled "output". These need to be connected to the input of the wireless headset transmitter. The second thig is to determine where the volume is to be controlled. The output from the set can be either Fixed or Variable. This means that teh volume can be controlled by the volume up/down at the set or not. Fixed mode is for connecting to a receiver where the volume is controlled by the receiver and changing the volume at the set will have no effect. Using the variable output mode will allow you to control the level of audio entering the transmitter and thus the volume. This assumes that the headphones do not have a volume control on them.
Setting the output to be either Fixed or Variable is controlled by the audio menu of the set. Please note that in variable mode, any internal speakers would need to be disabled as well.
Just use the AUDIO line out RCA JACKS, You can also set the audio output to be either variable (controlled by TV Volume control), or FIXED output thenthe volume will be controlled by your stereo remote control, you will probably want to turn off TV buitl-in speakers.
Since you have it hooked up to the stereo system, you need to go to on screen audio set up and turn off the TV built-in speakers (you will be listening the TV sound through your stereo system speakers), then go to the audio output set up and set it to 'variable' so the audio output of the TV's RCA audio out put will vary with the volume control of the TV (not all TV will alow this function), you will need to set the stereo volume to certain level (around 9~10 O'clock setting) since the sound coming from the TV will be controlled by the TV remote volume control. You can otherwise set the TV output to be at 'fixed' level, which means the sound output of the TV will not be controlled by the TV remote volume control, you will use the stereo remote volume control to adjust the sound level instead. I hope this is clear to you.