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help plz trying to use pc speakers for both TV and PC but getting buzzing sound from the speakers

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Hi,
i wanted sound from my tv to come out of my pc speakers so i used a 3.5mm connection from my tv's headphone socket to my desktop (mic) and then simple went to manage audio devices> selected the recording tab>microphone properties>. listen (tab) then just ticked a box called 'listen to this device, it works but i have a buzzing sound coming out from the speakers

there's nothing wrong with the speakers as if i take the wire off it works fine and there is no electrical devices such as mobile etc nearby and when i untick that box, the sound goes back to normal but obv not getting sound from tv still. Any tips, thanks
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Any tips, thanks

take off speaker covers, remove bees = fixed thank me later (_;)
1 Like #2
you need to find the line in on your sound card in PC and plug the jack in there.
#3
dontasciime
you need to find the line in on your sound card in PC and plug the jack in there.


thanks but i did that, noise still there any other ideas?
1 Like #4
change the cable, has the tv not got a dedicated sound output.

Which model number is TV and what make is sound card on PC, or what motherboard have you got if you are using onboard.

Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 28, 2011 18:22
#5
dontasciime
change the cable


the cable is new JVC bought it some time back for £18 from dixsons but never opened it untill now
1 Like #6
does not mean it's not faulty and you paid how much 18 quid for an audio cable.

Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 28, 2011 18:24
#7
dontasciime
does not mean it's not faulty and you paid how much 18 quid for an audio cable.
i doubt its the cable but will try it on something else
#8
okay i done some testing and cable is fine, so i thought it might be the TV so i tried out my headphones on my tv and the same sound is coming from there also, so its my tv but i dont have that sound when i am listening to it normally?
1 Like #9
maybe it's a dry / broken joint on the headphone output has the TV not got any other sound output options like RCA/ left/right red/white terminals ?
#10
dontasciime
maybe it's a dry / broken joint on the headphone output has the TV not got any other sound output options like RCA/ left/right red/white terminals ?


these are the connection it has

http://i903.photobucket.com/albums/ac234/s_a786/IMG-20110228-00006.jpg
1 Like #11
What's the model number of tv ? as that photo is too dark for me.

Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 28, 2011 18:59
#12
dontasciime
whats the model number of tv as that photos too dark for me.


LG M227WD
1 Like #13
http://i.imgur.com/Bl9Lr.png

If you have an optical input on your sound card you could use that and connect optical cable from the tvs optical output [5] to the soundcards

Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 28, 2011 19:20
#14
okay thanks i have one on my graphics card but its called SPDIF (i think) is that the same thing because its shaped exactly like the optical connection on my tv?
1 Like #15
it will need to be spdif -in or if your ati/ nvidia gfx card allows switching on it via software.
#16
dontasciime
it will need to be spdif -in or if your ati/ nvidia gfx card allows switching on it via software.


it doesnt say 'in' or 'out' just SPDIF, so im guessing i would be able to switch it on via software?
1 Like #17
which gfx card is it ?

Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 28, 2011 20:24
#18
dontasciime
which gfx card is it ?

its a Sweex NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 512MB PCI-E btw the buzzing sound has disappeared so all is good :) but have another problem now, the sound from my tv only comes out if the pc is on im guessing because the green wire from the speakers is connected to the pc tower, so anything i can do there?
thank you :)
1 Like #19
You could get yourself an all in one cinema system or maybe the logitech z5500 would work better for you with pc/360/ps3/dvd/your tv/sky hd/ etc. They have gone right back up in price now as stock must be scarce. Anyways ideally you need somthing that decodes & has optical in.

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/7887141/art/logitech/z-5500-5-1-speaker-syste.html?srcid=867&key=Ykx5cxc1bO2JfdonBDIGW3xNSXtQStHuGe0RNQU0Mh1/dxYgbYWMB9ghATJXA3ZIRH9bXA==


Edited By: dontasciime on Mar 01, 2011 00:18
#20
dontasciime


Thanks for all your support dontasciime, not really looking to spend that kind of money just yet so i appreciate your help and the your time

Many thanks :D
#21
These have an Optical in Samsung HT-C350 5.1 Channel Surround Sound / DVD / Home Cinema System


or the Samsung HT-C450 5.1 Channel Surround Sound / DVD / Home Cinema System


As you say though you are not looking to spend but thought I would just put the options here for you to think about or anyone else trying to get sound from optical out to in (There is the possibilty the optical out on tv to optical in on (amp/decoder will introduce lip sync issues)

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