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Topic # 29343 4-Jan-2009 08:30
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Hello,

I currently have my PC wired into my TV using with one of those Analogue - Digital gizmo boxes, & a cable from one my speaker sockets on my sound card to my TV headphone socket but I cannot hear any sound on my TV????

I have tried numerous speaker & the microphone sockets on my PC Sound card, & still no sound, I have also tried connecting via the media card reader microphone & headphone socket to my TVs headphone socket but I still face the same problem, so plzzzz if anyone could assist me I would be entirely grateful....


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  Reply # 187294 4-Jan-2009 12:23
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Stating the obvious, TV headphone is audio OUT. You want an audio IN socket.




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  Reply # 187297 4-Jan-2009 12:49
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thank-you for replying, so I take it then I would be needing a RCA audio male to a female phono...from speaker socket on sound card PC to audio on TV?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 187300 4-Jan-2009 12:59
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RCA/phono adapter should do it.




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Reply # 187385 4-Jan-2009 21:35
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So, you are trying to get sound from your PC to your TV.
Wouldn't the headphone socket on the TV be an *output*?
So trying to send sound from the PC output to the TV output won't really achieve much.

Edit:  Doh.  Where did those replies come from.  Embarassed
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