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No sound Recently moved to Greece from the UK. Our TV picks up local tv station pictures but no sound. Have reset the Set Up to Ellada (Greece)and played with sound set up, etc. Still can't find an answer. Also my games system works well but, again, has no sound. I wonder if the co-ax socket has been damaged. Any suggestions?

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Re: No sound

Sound setup is on normal, game system has volume but tv channels dont have sound, just static.

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Re: No sound

Your UK TV is on the PAL system. Greece operates on the SECAM system. You need a multi-system TV or a SECAM one.

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Re: No sound

The coax. socket is definately OK. Did your games system come from, and work in the UK, or did you buy it in Greece. If you bought it in Greece, then perhaps their sound subcarrier is on a different frequency(to 6MHz). Whatever is the cause you need to go through everything on setup.

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Re: No sound

Check the remote or the audio menu for a SAP setting and change it to normal.. It sounds just like someone has on the Second Audio Program. Good Luck Ps Please dont forget to rate this thread.

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