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Make sure your TV has an audio output (many TV's do not). If the TV has no audio output then run either a red/white AV cable or a digital audio cable from your cable or satellite box to the Audio IN/AUX of the HTS. Go to www.usasupport.philips.com to get the user's manual (the manual leaves these instructions out, since the necessary cables do not come included with the HTS).
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could be a MODE SETTING on sound bar between digital sound input and analogue sound input . Plug into Audio out on tv (RCA out or headphones out) and plug into aux1 port on the back of the sound bar
Using the Input & Vol+ buttons on the front of the Sound bar select the input you connected your
tV to (Digital or Aux1)
I think there is a switching problem in the surround receiver. I would take the receiver to a qualified servicer. There is nothing user serviceable in the unit. Question .Why are you using optical output from ps3. I recommend you connect all you a/v devised to the tv. Then connect the opt out of tv to receiver. that way what ever you are viewing will send audio via opt out of tv to receiver. that way you do not have to switch input on receiver. Hope this helps.
The TV is set in wrong audio mode, probably SAP, go to menu and then adio and set it for standard audio mode or stereo. then it shoiuld work fine. If that don't work then unplug the set from the wall for 40 Min. and it will rest back to normal.
Follow the sound back to its source. FM is internal so it can't possibly have a cabling issue.
I imagine your TV sound ultimately originates from a cable box which has a nice juicy digital output that the Denon could use. Why route audio through a TV, like the manuals tell you, when you can get it straight to the best audio device without a detour to a TV and its dubious audio electronics?
Hi, I have a Pioneer DEH-2950MP and manual had wrong instructions for setting clock. Took me hours, but instead of "Function" as manual stated or as someone suggested "Audio", found that "Source" button held in with stereo in off mode brought up flashing clock to enable resetting. Try that. Good luck !
Does it relate to your problem? How about some details?
Better yet... what does work? FM?
Are the speakers enabled? Input Mode correct?
If you run through ALL of the setup routines do you eventually get sound?
We already know it's going to be a setting that's wrong so let's follow the recommendations in the Troubleshooting Section of the manual and make sure the input is set appropriately, the volume is up and there is a digital input present if that is what's selected?
her is solution for ur problem..
download ur motherboard manual from net ..its free for all.. then watch out care fully that how can u plug in ....
be care fulman.. a wrong connection also can damage u r hardwares & motherboard...
best regards & best of luck..
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