Question about Zenith DVT412 System
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: no audio for tv?
Since not all devices have the same in/outputs available, if you are trying to interconnect them, it helps to know the make and model of both, not just one.
There are several possibilities to connect external devices to your 'home theatre' system.
The one we have delivers the best when S-video is used but that requires a separate path for sound.
The standard colors for audio in and outputs are red(=right) and white(= left) and often cables are supplied with the same color coding.
The usual connections will be named 'Line in' and 'Line out.' The outputs deliver specified voltage into a specified load (or termination) and the inputs expect that condition.
This ensures that volume controls act in a sensible manner.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
this is a protection circuit.
When bypass mode then it means that something in the power supply module has failed and the unit then goes into protection mode to protect the board components.
Your surround sound need service from a qualified tech. No other remedy.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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