Question about Sylvania Televison & Video
I don't remember which plugs go where on the back of my tv to my Sylvania headphones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Ok, I now understand what the problem is. Sorry I missed the fact that it is due to no audio outputs on the TV. The audio board is designed to power low impedance speakers and doesn't have a big power amp to drive them. I do not have a schematic of that particular TV so I do not know how the headphone jack is wired. The way it basically works is, when you insert the plug, the tip pushes a contact away from another contact thus making one circuit and breaking another. You can test this externally by inserting an unwired plug or look at it from the inside and bridge the tip connection. I would only advise this if you have some technical skills. Other than that the thing is working like it was designed, they don't want you to use both. Sorry, I hate to give this type of news, but I am one of the only ones who will. Good Luck to you!
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
there's no way around that. if you use hdmi for sound, it shuts off the digital to analog converter on your sound board. so the headphone jack won't work while the tv is pluged in.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks i guess i'll just have to live with it"
The RCA jacks (Red and White) usually have full-level output and are not affected by the volume control. (Without those you can buy an adaptor for a 1/8" stereo jack to RCA females and plug the RCA males there--that may be volume controlled or not or both.) The RCAs are meant for an audio system that would control the volume but should work fine with a headset that has its own control. -Ken
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: Watching the TV and heard
The power suply unit may be dead......if the fuse blows instantly it means that the main input is short.
possible parts damaged :the diodes from the mains, the power tranzistor and the ic from the primary part and other components around them.
First unplug the tv, unload the mains capacitor (using a light bulb) check all the diodes from the rectifing bridge, check for any shortened semiconductors or blow resistors.
BE VERRY CAREFUL !!! THERE IS A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK ,IF U DON"T KONW ANY ELECTRONICS TAKE IT TO A SPECIALIST
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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