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Old 09-05-2012, 08:54 AM   #21
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Devi1Dog,
I can't find a Konka with that model number. Did you get the number off the remote or TV itself? The reason I ask is that looks like a model number for the remote. It should have the model # XXXXX (example model klc 1508u) the back of the tv set.
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:23 AM   #22
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I can't find a Konka with that model number. Did you get the number off the remote or TV itself? The reason I ask is that looks like a model number for the remote. It should have the model # XXXXX (example model klc 1508u) the back of the tv set.
Road King try this "KDL32MS82A LCD TV " right off the websight.
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K. I will have to check when I get off of work tonight. It's probably on the tv but it's bolted up on a extending arm so I will unbolt it and see.
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Road King try this "KDL32MS82A LCD TV " right off the websight.
According to the Konka web site that model has a audio out. I sill cant find the manual on that model number, but looking at one model in the same series, it looks like the audio out should be on the right side of the jacks panel just left of the coax hookup. Labeled AV Out, with a yellow, red and white jack. You will need to connect a RCA cable from the red and the white to the Genesis.

On the Genesis the RCA cable should hook up to; white RCA to AV1-L and the red RCA to AV1-R. On your Genesis remote press the "Input" button until the Genesis display says AV1.

That should do it.
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VinceU,
One more thing, if there is something already plugged into the Genesis at AV1, it is most likely the "Gaming Plate" mounted in your entertainment center, if you have one. You could disconnect this or try another input like AU2 or AU4.
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K. I will have to check when I get off of work tonight. It's probably on the tv but it's bolted up on a extending arm so I will unbolt it and see.
Work? What is that? Oh yea I remember now....
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Old 09-05-2012, 10:16 AM   #27
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Here's pics of how mine is setup (from the factory). Not sure if it's the same TV, but it is a Konika also. Maybe this might help?

The top picture shows the jack where the audio out is located. It's the one labeled "SPDIF/AUDIO OUT" on the right hand side of the back of the TV, going up and down. The inputs on this TV are not in the same area - they are going right to left along the bottom rear of the TV.

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This shows the way they have it hooked up. The red/white standard audio cables are plugged into a 4-way green adapter. Not sure what type of adapter it is. The green adapter has one male end and three females. You can see the red/white audio cables are plugged into the red/blue female ends of the green connector.

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Old 09-05-2012, 12:02 PM   #28
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If you have the setup that arlee453 has, a headphone to RCA adapter should work, like this one

Two MP3 aux Player 3.5mm headphone Audio Rca Cable on eBay!

You can get them cheep at Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc...

I don't know what that green plug is for. Looks like it is not needed...
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It's a konka model# WDL26LS612U.
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K got the audio to work. Yayyyy!!! I plugged a whte/red RCA jack with the headphone 3.5mm jack in and it works. Now I gotta figure out why I lost color on the DVD side. Lol. What fun this is.
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