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36zp48 help

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by ktmmoto, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. ktmmoto

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    Hi can some one help me :lease: i can not get stereo from my TV only mono and no sound at all if i tern on to scart 1 for my sky but then is says digital stereo but no sound at all thx if you help me :beer:

    ktmmoto :)
     
  2. colesy

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    To get stereo out you have to use the 'surround out' ports on the back of the tv. Once you do that though I think you lose the surround sound from the tv's own dolby digital setup.

    The reason you are not getting sound via scart 1 is that it is currently set to accept a digital sound signal via your optical or coaxial input. If you do not want to have a digital sound signal on this scart then use the tv's 'AV' menu to select 'DIGITAL INPUT' to an unused scarto even turn it OFF .
    Hope that helps.
     
  3. ktmmoto

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    so what is the best set up to use, i would like the best sound and picture :lease:

    thx for your help
     
  4. L00py^

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    Do you have a DVD player with component cables connected, if so Ext 4 uses progressive scan playback.

    Ext 1 via scart I tend to use natural scan, turn you're contrast down to 50-55, in picture mode M. Best to turn black stretch off, it makes the reds look to dark.

    Also the other picture modes 1,2,3 product a difference picture even if you set all the variables the same.
     

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