When I plug the cable line into the back of the tv it does not seem to be picking up the cable. My son even pluged his playstation in and it would not come up It was working fine one day then the next time we turned it on it wouldnt do nothing Thanks for any suggestions Lesa
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The connections will have to go directly into your tv set. On your tv, you should have 3 connnecting points. Red, White and Yellow. On your Theatre system amplifier you should have audio outputs like CD, AUX, etc. Pick one of these outputs and connect to your Red and White RCA on the tv set. Next, connect the DVD player's audio to dvd on your amplifier under the DVD connection. Your VIDEO (yellow) Cable should still go to your tv directly from the DVD player. Now, if you want to listen to the TV channels throug the system, simply select the channel that you pluged the TV audio into. Hope this helps.
are you plugged in with hdmi or rca (red white yellow) if you hold down the power button til it flashes a bunch then it resets the PS3 to default rca connection you then have to plug in the rca cables that came with the ps3 adjust the setting with both rca and hdmi pluged in then unplug the rca.
The bands are caused by unsheilded power cables that are near the set. sometimes your tv cable or antenae cable is near a power source and it is picking up unsheilded EM signals. Remove all power sources near your tv and tv cable.
You need an audio y cable - That is a cable with a headphone jack (to plug into the speaker/line out jack on the laptop) and on the other end 2 rca jacks (they need to be plugged into the left and right audio inputs on your tv but make sure it is the same inputs that work with the s-video cable)
That should get you sound on your tv.
You can get 1 here:
Or pick 1 up at your local $1 store.
Or if you have an old pair of headphones, rca jacks and wire you can even make one.
this is an old case and Im sure you have a new TV by now. The problem is the tuner. The grounds are cold and need to be re-heated. The tuner is the little box your cable plugs into. Open the back and you will see where it is soldered to the main board. Heat them back up with a little solder should be three points. while you are in there look around and see if you find more. if that doesnt work then you may have to take the case of the tuner off and look inside for more cold solder joints