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post #1 of 4 Old 04-14-2012, 04:51 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey Guys,

I have a Samsung LNT4669F that I purchased about 4 years ago.

I am trying to plug a Wii using RCA or Component cable to my TV and I have a problem.

On every RCA / Component connection, on the back and on the side of the TV, I can get the image to work no problem, but NO SOUND..

I tried to wii on another TV and I have no problem what so ever to plug my wii and get sound.

What's wrong ? I went in the menu but nothing there...

Thanks!!!
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Do I understand that you have no trouble with the red, blue. and green RCA connector component video cables but the red and white RCA connector component audio cables are not working for sound?
Or are you using a yellow RCA connector composite video cable with the red and white audio connector cables?
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Hey Walford,

The issue is with both.

If I use Component, the Blue, Red and Green will provide me with the image but Red and White will not provide me with the sound.

If I use RCA, the yellow will provide me with image, but red and white will not provide me with sound.

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Does you TV have any audio settings that describe the type of analog stereo you are receiving?
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