I Have Connected All of the Cables Properly According to My Television but It Doesnu2019t Give Sound
The problem is either your TV or what is supplying the audio to your TV. For your TV, make sure that the sound is not muted. Increase the level of sound to at least midway. Enter the menu of your TV. Check Settings / Audio. Ensure the sound is directed towards the TV speakers (and not directed only to external audio for a soundbar.) Check to ensure there is nothing plugged into a headphone jack, if your model has a headphone jack. If you have checked everything above, the problem may lie with your STB (STB = Set Top Box) or cable TV box, or the device where your audio originates from. First ensure that your Set Top Box is plugged into the TV's HDMI jack labeled STB, if it has one. If you are using the audio/video jacks from your STB to your TV, ensure the cables are plugged into the correct AUDIO OUT jacks of your STB, and into the AUDIO IN jacks of your TV. If all of the above check out good, use the remote of your STB to ensure the cable box volume is up and has not been muted. Also ensure the STB audio output is selected for the output you have connected to your TV. You might connect your device to another TV, to help you determine if your device, or your TV, is the problem. You might need to test your HDMI or audio cables in another TV, to ensure the cables are good. If you still have problems, please amend your question to give us the make and model number of your TV, and the device that you are trying to get the sound out of.I have connected all of the cables properly according to my television but it doesn't give sound. What should I do?1. Will HD programs look better on my TV if I set my Comcast set top box to 1080i and nothing else?you probably wont see much of a difference at that size, but it cant hurt i guess...also, the channels on TV are at the highest 1080i but some of the movies you get may be in 1080P. just set it to that and enjoy2. Through HDMI, from set top box to TV, how is broadcast transmitted - PAL, NTSC or Digital?1 ) PAL / NTSC / SECAM is VIDEO FORMAT. 2 ) DVB - Digital Video Broadcast ( ATSC / DVB-T ) also Analog is Transmits system. 3 ) HDMI cable / port is Signal - digital signal transfer from point to point . 3 ) RCA port / cable ( red / white / yellow ) is analog signals transfer from point to point. **** any VIDEO signals transmits from TV Station must include VIDEO FORMAT. >>> eight by DVB or Analog still need VIDEO FORMAT. The TV received Signals eight by Digital or Analog tuner , still need to DE-CORD / Colour encoding the VIDEO FORMAT in order to processing the signals to the Display / video Amp . if the transmit signals use NTSC format , need NTSC - DE-CODE Colour encoding circuit. if the transmit signals use PAL format , need PAL - DE-CODE Colour encoding circuit. because of " subcarrier " is totally difference frequency . 4.43361875 MHz for PAL,3.579545 MHz for NTSC also PAL is for 625 line system / NTSC for 526 line . can never compatible. *** Any " SIGNALS use PAL formal need PAL - DE-CODE Colour encoding Any SIGNALS use NTSC format need NTSC PAL - DE-CODE Colour encoding nothing to do with cable / HDMI cable . because HDMI just an connecting way - direct connect and pass the signals from point to point. if you signals from cable box TV . DVD / VHS / Blu-Ray eight PAL / NTSC format . the HDMI / RCA cable still " handle the job " well , but before pprocessing to TV Video Amp / display . the SIGNALS need to be DE-CORD . ************ OTHER INFORMATION. as to day technology. digital transmit DVB always can use " one " standard video format. but because too many OLD TV belind, so , every countries switch to DVB remain own OLD VIDEO FORMAT . in USA , not an plobems to totally switch to DVB and with out NTSC video format. but every once need to BUY NEW TV. this is the main reason. *** more simple to you. IBM compatible PC and APPLE PC can use the same CPU / HDD / RAM also same USB cable ! but unable to ' READ " by each other.3. Difference between FTA satellite receiver and standard definition set top box?A FTA satellite receiver is used to receive non-encrypted TV programming from satellites that orbit above the equator. It's similar to Dish & DirectTV except you own the equipment and the type of channels that you can get are mostly foreign language, PBS, religious, and stuff like that. You would need a dish (typically 40" dia) and a LNA in addition to a FTA receiver. Many satellite programs are not publicly scheduled; a blind search scans what signals a satellite is transmitting to find the ones that are not encrypted. Companies like Dish & DirectTV encrypt their programming so you have to pay for their service. However, there are other broadcasters who do not care if you watch their programs for free or want you to watch their programs. If you were PBS or a church group, why would you want to encrypt your satellite feed?