Question about Televison & Video
Or the cable? or the connector, where you put in the cable (both sides)
Has this TV any sound, like white noise when nothing is connected? this could be a start to eliminate sources off the problem.
Did you switch off the sound? Mute. Or just very silent?
Posted on Jan 14, 2020
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No sound when playing dvd or cd
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Your unit has it seems to have developed a video problem. it could be in the video switching IC or the video processor. Its going to need a trained technician, who knows how to use an ocilliscope to find the video problem.. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 02, 2006
My Toshiba DVD Player does not work. I can not watch online movies. What I ca do? Please send me if you have any suggestion.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: no sound on TV
If the TV programs come's up with sound, then is possible that the TV set could be problem free. then cheek the system frequency if it need to be adjust from NTCS, PAL, AUTO MESECAM and so on. Cheek the DVD and VCR if they are in one of the following system settings and adjust the TV set to the settings at which the DVD or VCR is set to. Then you can also cheek if the cable is properly inserted, that is audio to audio and video to video. Nevertheless, if you have properlly connected your cables and set the system frequency to match with each other, and still no sound, then the TV could have sound problem.
Possible courses of sound failure in TV are as follows:-
1 RF stage
2 sound Ics or transistors
3 broken speakers
4 a break down resistor which supplie positive voltage to the sound curcult
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
This depends on whether you have digital cable box or not. If you have a Digi Cable Box look for the red/white RCA output and connect this via RCA cable to the Red/White Audio input on your surround.
If just Basic Cable look for a red/white audio output on the back of your televison. connect this to the Red/white in on your surround. Could be called tv in or auxillary.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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