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Technician's Assistant: It sound like a temperature issue. Your TV has a sound amplifier made of little mosfets transistors. These mosfets have a auto-cut off due to excessive temperature, as an auto protection. As soon as you turn the TV off, the mosfets are cool down-the more time you have the TV turned off, the more they cool treegrind.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.
Nov 16, Intermittent audio can be electronics in the Review, bad cable or contacts, or the TV itself. Start by reseating the HDMI cable at both ends; check to see if the contacts are dirty. Use another HDMI source (borrow if you don't have one) to see if it's the Review.
Finally, see if another HDMI TV eliminates the treegrind.bar 16, Missing: bush tv. Mar 18, However, when I link from the audio-out port (two plugs) on the TV to the audio-in plugs of the DVD player, no sound from the TV plays.
Do I have to change something on the telly to divert the sound to the audio-out ports rather than its own speakers? Its a Bush ntx/a if that's any help. Thanks in advance for any advice!Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Feb 11, Sound is good but picture cuts out to black A or S video screen.
connections are all good it is not the cables. read more. My Samsung analog TV cuts out and then I can't get a picture only snow. It will work for several days and then cuts out and I can't get a picture treegrind.barted Reading Time: 4 mins.
Feb 14, Use the Select button to select Audio Out/Optical on the Sound Output menu. > Settings > up directional button > Sound > Sound Output. – Use the Settings screen to change to the connected device: Select Audio Out/Optical on the Sound Output menu.
> Settings > Sound > Sound Output).Missing: bush tv.