Check the wiring behind your television. Make sure your TV is plugged into a working receptacle. Make sure that your video cable (HDMI, Component, etc.) is connecting your TV to your set-top box.
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Your Silo Digital TV has multiple HDMI ports to accommodate your multiple high definition media needs. Simply connect both sides of your HDMI cable (one to the TV and the other to the media source) and switch the input source of your TV to HDMI.
Reset the TV accessing the using menu button > setup > restore default > yes. Make sure there is nothing plugged in to Earphone or Coaxial ports on the bottom of the TV. Turn the volume up. This should enable the audio output.
This can be done in several ways. You can use either an HDMI cable connection as well as a component cable. With the latter option, an audio connection is necessary as well.
There are 3 main ways to set up the audio tuner with TV.
The main input (Cable connection/HDMI) goes to TV. The headphone output would give a stereo output which you may connect to your audio tuner. This is a stereo out and will mute the TV.
The output from your device can separate audio and video. For example; AV output from a DVD player. The Video (yellow) goes to TV, Right (Red) and Left (White) audio to your audio tuner.
Directly connect your source to audio tuner via HDMI. Modern day audio tuners have audio filtering and video out on the tuner. On the tuner, Connect HDMI IN to your source and connect HDMI OUT to your TV.
Depending on the model of your Silo TV, it may or may not be High Definition. All of our newer models are indeed High Definition and the older standard definition models of TVs have been discontinued.
It is highly unlikely that your TV is the cause of the problem. Be sure to check both your antenna connection as well as your antenna signal. In the unlikely case that it is, please contact a Silo customer service representative.
Unfortunately, Silo is unable to validate those warranties of TVs purchased from unauthorized dealers. If you are unclear whether or not your TV was purchased from an authorized dealer please contact Silo.
Press the menu button on your remote. Go to options > reset > execute.
The crucial difference between an LED and LCD TV is the back light source. In LCD televisions, back light is provided by fluorescent tubes, and in LED televisions, back light is provided by LEDs. Advantages of LED back light include higher energy efficiency, better picture quality, and slimmer TV designs.
A typical 60Hz television can display a progressively-scanned frame every 1/60th of a second. A 120Hz television can display a frame every 1/120th of a second. This translates to higher frame rates and better motion quality. If you're into sports or high-speed gaming, you should consider a 120Hz television, since fast movement will be much clearer and sharper.