Mitsubishi 55" Rear Projection - No sound and volume bar continuosly displayed
Have the TV connected through a converter box and a Yamaha 5.1 A/V receiver. One day, the sound stopped working through the TV speakers and the volume level bar is now on the screen. I've done everything I can think of to fix the problem, short of replacing the converter box. Still get sound through the Yamaha, but not through the TV speakers. Any suggestions?
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First unplug the a/v receiver and then check tv to see if the audio output is on or internal speakers. With the a/v rec. you should have chosen the variable audio and not leave on int speakers. If this does not work unplug set for at least an hour and try again. You can get additional info from www.ctechnicians.com
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Depends what kind of connection you use to connect Your Didgital converter to TV, If you provide more details I might be helpful to solve the problem. Provide the model number of Your TV. And more details what input you use and what kind of cable/connection.
This tv isn't known for sound problems. First thing to do is to go to the cable box and push the volume up button on the box if there is one. Next thing to do is to try another device that has a hdmi output like a dvd or game system in place of the cable box. My guess is that this muffled sound is somehow caused by the cable converter box. You can try to reboot the box by unplugging the power for 30 seconds, then plugging it back in. If all else fails, you can call the cable or satellite service and have them change the converter box. Good luck, Russmann.
There is no such thing as a TV driver.
In order to display PC video on a TV the PC must have a TV-OUT function and interface, or you need a VGA to TV converter box.
If your PC has TV-OUT functionality, your user manual will tell you this. If you have, Google "Display PC on TV" and you should find some good articles on how to connect the PC to the TV, and how to change the settings on the PC. NB. even if your PC supports TV-OUT, you may still need to by a converter cable (but not a box).
If no TV-OUT functionality, E-Bay lists some converter boxes from about £15. NB. the much cheaper cables only work on PCs with TV-OUT functionality.
Have had bad exprience with RCA converter boxes. The box will lose audio and has to be turned off and then back on. You may want to hit mute during this process, the volume varies from analog to DTV. If you have no problem with analog audio I would look into a different converter box.