I am thinking of buying a new TV with a budget of £300 or less
Can anyone recommend a TV from personal experience that has the following abilities
It just makes sense to ask as someone out there may be enjoying all of the above and can save me hours trawling through leaflets etc
Thanks in advance
Can I refer you to my post "TV and Loop problem" My tv is a smart tv and has many of the features you are looking for. Unfortunately there is a delay in the sound from picture to loop system. It is ok when I watch on my own with the tv sound off but when my wife and I watch together the constant echo of the sound makes it difficult to hear; I am thinking of getting a tv that's not a smart tv.
Hi Peter O.
check the settings, some TV`s have a control that adjusts the delay you are hearing. I have a Samsung Smart TV, sound for the loop is taken from the optical out, via an Optical to Phono converter. Works a treat.
I tried a couple of optical links in the past also the technician from the HA Dep. tried them. So maybe they are faulty or the tv. I will have another go at it. Thankst
John I managed to fix the sound with the optical link via a toslink which was great. However it is ok if i watch on my own. Unfortunately the speaker sound on the tv is muted. I have tried all sorts of settings but had no no success If there is no alternative then i will get a tv without the smart function, unless you can suggest anything!
John I got in touch with LG in the end. The particular model I have does not supportwhat I am trying to do. Thank you for your responses
The converter is digital to RCA/Phono..
the TV digital out is via the CoAx/toslink socket on the back. It should come with an optical cable. Plug that into the TV Coax, and the other end into the converter CoAx in put. You may have to turn off the TV, and then back on again for it to connect, or te-select the audio out in the menu. Good luck…
John after messing about for ages apparently the convertor although connected it was not registering on the tv. Perhaps i have it wired up wrong. Do i need to use the coaxial input? I had the tv off amazon its an lg model
I don`t understand that, the optical out on TV`s is a separate output, and should not mute the speakers.
Is it possible to pop into the shop you bought the TV from, and pose the question to them?
I take it the TV manual is not much help!