Why is there no sound coming out of my Philips TV?

Why is there no sound coming out of my Philips TV? 

This issue can be caused by either of two incorrect settings: The TV SPEAKERS are switched off in the TV menu. TV is set to SPEAKERS EASYLINK mode in the TV SPEAKERS menu. In this mode the TV speakers are muted automatically.

How do I get the sound back on my Philips TV? 

If you have the original remote you can press the SAP button till the correct audio program is displayed. Or press “Menu” on the remote. Select “Sound”

Turn On TV Speakers:

  1. Press “Menu” on the remote.
  2. Select “Setup”
  3. Select “Audio”
  4. Select “TV Speakers”

Why is my audio not coming through my TV? 

If the TV has a Headphone/Audio-Out settings in the Sound menu, set it to Audio-Out. Make sure all A/V cable connections are properly connected to the TV. Test the TV using another source like a VCR, DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player. Perform a power reset on the TV.

How do I connect external speakers to my Philips TV? 

Use a RCA audio cable(1), connect one end to the ‘AUDIO OUT/DIGITAL’ coaxial output on the back of the TV. Connect the other end to the digital coaxial input of the audio equipment. Turn on the TV and select a program. Switch on the audio equipment and select the input to which the TV is connected.

Why is there no sound coming out of my Philips TV? – Related Questions

How do I get my TV to play sound through my home theater system?

Connect a Coaxial Digital Cable, Optical Digital Cable, or Audio cable to the Audio Output jack on your TV. Connect the other end of the cable to the corresponding jacks on the A/V receiver or home theater system. Depending on your device, the audio input may be labeled TV INPUT or VIDEO INPUT.

How do I turn off the internal speakers on my Philips TV?

1 Disable the Default Television Speaker
  1. Navigate to your Smart Television’s Settings.
  2. Select the Sound setting.
  3. Select Sound Output. By default, the TV Speaker will be selected.
  4. Select the speaker you want to use.
  5. When done, select Close.

Does a soundbar bypass the TV speakers?

Soundbars are designed to replace your TV speakers; they are not meant to work in parallel with your television’s built-in speakers. The primary reason for this is the echo. When you run both your TV speakers and your soundbar at the same time, the same audio signal is relayed to both.

How do I turn my TV speakers on?

How do I connect my soundbar to my Philips Smart TV?

To connect, insert the HDMI cable in the TV HDMI port labeled HDMI ARC. Your TVs HDMI ARC port may be labeled differently. Refer to your TV owners manual for HDMI ARC and CEC operation of your TV. Press the ARC button on the Sound Bar remote to select the ARC input.

Which HDMI is arc on Philips TV?

Connect the HDMI OUT/HDMI OUT (ARC) connection of the home theatre system to the HDMI ARC connection of the TV, using a HDMI cable of version 1.4 or above. Press “Home” button on the remote control on the home theatre system. Select “Settings” > Easylink > Easylink > On; then press ‘OK’

Does my Philips TV have an optical output?

This model Philips TV also has a digital optical (TOSLINK) audio output. If your device lacks HDMI ARC but has an optical audio input, you may connect the TV to it using an optical digital (toslink) cable.

How do you set up a Philips Soundbar?

How do I reset my Philips Soundbar?

Reset the Soundbar with your remote control

Once you have the remote please press the following buttons: BASS+, VOL-, and TREBLE+. Please press these in that order and within 3 seconds. The Soundbar will automatically turn off and back on again. The sound settings are now set to default.

How do you turn on a Philips Soundbar?

Plug the Soundbar and the subwoofer into the mains sockets and then press on the unit or remote control to switch the unit to ON mode. The subwoofer and Soundbar will automatically pair.

How do I connect my soundbar to my TV with HDMI?

Steps to Connect a Soundbar to a TV with HDMI
  1. Connect both devices to power and turn them on.
  2. Locate the HDMI input (ARC) on the TV.
  3. Locate the HDMI output (ARC) on the Soundbar.
  4. Plug the HDMI cable into each device respectively.
  5. Adjust the settings on your TV to select the Soundbar as the preferred speaker output.

Why is my soundbar not working with my TV?

Make sure that the setting for Control for HDMI or BRAVIA Sync of your TV and audio device is set to ON. Make sure that the ARC feature of your audio device is set to ON or AUTO. Make sure that your audio device is set to the TV input. Change the TV audio output setting to PCM and check whether the sound is output.

How do I get sound from my soundbar to my TV?

  1. Connect one end of the HDMI cable (sold separately) to the HDMI IN port on your TV.
  2. Connect the other end to the TV OUT (ARC) port on your sound bar.
  3. Then, connect an optical audio cable from the TV’s Optical digital audio out to OPTICAL IN on your sound bar (this is necessary to hear the TV audio).

Which is better HDMI or HDMI ARC?

While a regular HDMI connector is only able to transmit video images, ARC has an added function that allows you to transmit audio from a TV back to the source, like a receiver or soundbar. This means you only require 1 cable in order to transmit both video and audio signals.

Can I convert HDMI to HDMI ARC?

HDMI output port support ARC (audio return channel). HDMI ARC adapter enables display that supported ARC (Audio Return Channel) to be connected with the old AV receiver that do not support ARC. It can let old AV Receiver equipment to support ARC also.

Connector Type HDMI
Item Package Quantity 1

What is eARC mode?

The eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) enables you to transmit the original full resolution audio signal through an HDMI cable and reproduce the best sound without compromise.

Can I use a regular HDMI cable for ARC?

Any HDMI cable will work universally for HDMI and HDMI ARC/eARC ports. Only a few very outdated HDMI cables could potentially struggle with some of the higher quality audio formats with eARC, but this is unlikely to happen.