No sound The picture is fine with the cable and the VCR plays but no sound. I get a low rushing noise when i turn the volume way up but nothing that goes with the screen. I checked and made sure the speakers are on in the menu and still nothing
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you may have the vcr connected via a video cable from vcr av out to tv av in. If this is the case you should have an rca type audio out on the VCR and a audio in on the TV the plugs are Red and White color coded. THe video is usually yellow color coded. You may have an rf out on the vcr you need a tv cable from this to the TV antenna in port
if using this connection with a video cable instead of a 75 Ohm tv cable. the impedance is different and this could be another cause of your problem. The cables look identical but are different electrically.
Very likely the VCR audio head is dirty which will give you muffled or low sound on play. Remove the the top cover & using a piece of non-abrasive cleaning cloth & a head cleaning fluid gently rub the audio head to clean it. The audio stack sits to the right hand side of the deck, it is usually a siler block which will be placed in front of a black roller. The head is on the side of the stack facing toward you, give this area a wipe, try a fresh recording & then replay the new recording to see if the sound has improved.
This could be a defunct sound driver when it saw the sound speakers. Go to the device manager and go to the multimedia controller and delete it. Restart the machine, it should call for the correct drivers. If it says cannot find drivers, go to www.driversguide.com, sign up, then query for the correct drivers for your sound
RUSHING SOUND ? 1. Get the noise then disconnect the coax and see if noise goes away on receive, if noise goes away then address the ground on your antenna, if noise still there then address the ground wire from power source